Padmount Inspection

Pad-mounted equipment, when not properly maintained, can pose a serious safety hazard to utility workers as well as residents and children. Rusted or faded units are also unsightly and often are covered in overgrown shrubs and bushes, making it hard to find or access units for connecting or restoring power. The ECG Padmount Inspection program provides a statewide bid and competitive pricing for a contractor to

– Clean
– Inspect
– Paint

Inspection crews will leave your equipment looking like new and ensure units are level, labeled, and locked.

Additional advantages

In addition to pad-mounted equipment, crews can sand and paint decorative light poles, saving you thousands over replacing old and unsightly lamp posts.

Upcoming Events

1
December 2022

Utility Customer Service Certification

9 AM EST

Series 5 - Improved Customer Service by Phoneread more

5
December 2022

Apprentice Class 63A

8 AM EST

ECG’s Powerline Workers Apprenticeship Program is a three-year certification designed to enhance utility employees’ knowledge and skills in this field. Powerline workers are responsible for building, improving, and maintaining the poles and wires that… read more

5
December 2022

ECG Annual Meeting

9 AM EST

The ECG Annual Meeting is designed to allow ECG Members, Utility Professionals, City Officials, Industry Experts, and Partners to network, get updates on industry-related topics, and discuss individual community needs and solutions. The diverse professional… read more

6
December 2022

ECG Board Meeting

12 AM EST

The ECG August Board Meeting will be held in conjunction with the Annual Meeting at The Ritz-Carlton Reynolds, Lake Oconee. Meeting time TBD. Click here to view ECG Board-approved minutes from previous meetings.read more

13
December 2022

Utility Customer Service Certification

9 AM EST

Series 6 - Understanding Collections and Disconnectionsread more

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