can he do this????... new home being built by a homeowner in an old subdivision
weatherhead is 3 feet above the back of the house, using 2-1/2" sch 40 PVC from weatherhead down through overhang, down 2 stories on the siding, then about 60 feet to the front along the side of the house maybe knee high off the ground... isnt there an ugly clause in 110 somewhere?
Is the PVC actually supporting the utility service drop? If so 230.28 requires it be of "adequate strength". I doubt an inspector would approve of PVC. Also, the PoCo probably requires a minimum of 2" RMC. Regarding the "ugly clause"... see 110.12
Hold on, maybe the PVC service pipe is not a mast. Then it might not be a violation. Right? Plus the point of attachment could be connected below the head (and on the house) and this would be a legal service. As for the height of the PoCo meter, that might be a PoCo requirement. Around here the PoCo want's 4-5 feet to the center of the meter. Unless it is on a driveway, then they want it as high as possible with 6'6" MAX to the top of the meter pan.