New Service

New Service at an Existing Home or Business
Call Consolidated Co-op at 800-421-5863 to complete a service application. You’ll need the physical address of the service location and a mailing address. You can also visit one of our office locations: 5255 State Route 95 P.O. Box 111 Mount Gilead, OH 43338 4993 State Route 521 Delaware, OH 43015-8766
New Service Installation
Call Consolidated Co-op at 800-421-5863 to complete a service application. You’ll need the physical address of the service location, a mailing address, where the septic system is located on the site (if you have one), and a driveway cut-in. You can also visit one of our office locations: 5255 State Route 95 P.O. Box 111 Mount Gilead, OH 43338 4993 State Route 521 Delaware, OH 43015-8766 New service installations may be subject to a $125 fee.
Fees and Deposits
Your account may be subject to a deposit. If your account requires a deposit, the deposit will be credited back after paying on time for 12 consecutive months, or it can be credited to the final bill upon closing the account. If your account is a new service installation more than 200 feet from the road, a line-extension fee will be calculated per-foot for overhead and underground options. Overhead options may require a site meeting to determine the exact cost. Here’s how to estimate your installation costs, assuming normal conditions, without interruption by trees, streams, river crossings and other obstacles:
Distance from road, in feet Underground cost* Overhead cost
0-200 $125 $125
300 $3,525 $2,695
400 $4,075 $2,825
500 $4,625 $2,850
600 $5,175 $3,620
700 $5,725 $3,730
800 $6,275 $4,370
1000 $7,375 $4,720
2000 $12,875 $8,975
** This is an estimate which assumes normal conditions. * This number reflects open trench installation technology with no restoration.
Note:  Trees, Streams, river crossings and other obstacles can add cost to this estimate.
Meter Installation
Meters will be installed on a Consolidated Co-op-owned pole or pedestal. Unfortunately, we can’t install a meter on any type of structure, including a house, barn, or other pedestal. We also can’t connect to a temporary meter. You can expect your meter installation about two to four weeks after fees have been paid and any easements are recorded. That timeline depends on the distance of the line extension and the weather.