This customer was requesting us to connect there Over Head service on a new two story house. NOT...we laughed when we pulled up to run the service and we saw this. Wait till the city comes out to issue a clearance...
I don't know how long (heavy) the service drop will be, but if the support was attached to the house instead, there should be no problem. Among other things, those LBs look to be aluminum, I wouldn't think the hub would hold up to any appreciable weight. As shown, the conduit would probably be considered a mast. In that case, it should need to be at least 2" diameter and installed with approved mast fittings.
Re: Request for Overhead Service#115098 08/19/0310:33 AM08/19/0310:33 AM
i allready see it before on one place and it did actally rip the LB right off and i have to repair it and deletes all the LB fitings and redo it propely if i see it again i will make sure the service mast insluaters are off the conducts btw if they are 2 inch rigid maybe can use but i doubt as i see the picture and someone dont relazie that the constant tenson can pull it off over the time
Pas de problme,il marche n'est-ce pas?"(No problem, it works doesn't it?)
Re: Request for Overhead Service#115102 08/22/0312:54 PM08/22/0312:54 PM
Looks like the fence could be 6'high, The top of the meter base appears to be about the same height. So...is the weatherhead at about 8'??? Also, the elbows make a handy spot to tap into after the POCO is gone.
Re: Request for Overhead Service#115103 08/22/0301:03 PM08/22/0301:03 PM