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April is National Safe Digging Month
There are three ways to submit a locate request

Gastonia, N.C. (April 3, 2017) – PSNC Energy is reminding contractors, business owners and residents alike, to call 811 three business days before digging so that underground utility lines can be marked.

An underground utility line is damaged once every six minutes nationwide because someone decided to dig without first calling 811. The call and locate service is provided at no charge and prevents traffic delays, injury, fines and inconvenient outages.

There are three ways to contact North Carolina 811 to submit a request:

Dial 811 or call 1-800- 632-4949.
Visit nc811.org and complete a single address ticket.
Download the free North Carolina 811 app for Apple or Android mobile devices. The app has a complete set of tools to help with any digging project.

“Planting a tree, installing a mailbox and building a deck are all examples of projects that need a call to 811,” said PSNC Energy’s VP of Operations George Ratchford. “A dent or scrape could cause a leak.”

Visit nc811.org for more information about safe digging.

PSNC Energy, headquartered in Gastonia, N.C., is franchised to serve a 28-county service area in North Carolina. The utility distributes natural gas to more than 540,000 customers in 96 cities and communities, including the Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill areas in the north central part of the state; the Concord, Statesville, Gastonia, and Forest City areas in the Piedmont; and the Asheville, Hendersonville, Brevard, and Sylva areas in the western part of the state. More information about PSNC Energy is available through the company’s web site at psncenergy.com, Twitter and Facebook.


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