Important Safety Reminder: Some natural gas facilities are installed permanently above ground, including

regulator settings, meters, above ground valves, and piping. Damaging these facilities, especially with any motor

vehicle or farm equipment, could result in death, injury, severe property damage, and a large bill.

Call our office if you require additional information about such facilities on or near your property.


Excess Flow Valves are underground safety devices installed on some underground service lines that can stop the flow of natural gas if the line gets cut or breaks underground. ING began installing excess flow valves on new servicesfor single family homes in 2007. If you home is older than that, or your gas service is for a commercial building or multi-family residence, you probably do not have an excess flow valve installed. Indiana Natural Gas can install excessflow valves on older and larger services. If you are interested, contact us to set up a consultation on where it might beinstalled for your service line and a quote on the cost, which may range between $500 and $3000.