No, you do not need to schedule a separate appointment for each appliance. From the Service request option, select Pilot Relight then Multiple Appliances Services on the pull-down menu , or choose Turn Off Other Gas Appliances to turn off pilot lights.
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- How do I make an appointment online to have PG&E relight or shut off my gas pilot light?
- Which appliances use gas?
- Can I get an appointment for a pilot relight any sooner?
- Does PG&E offer safety check or a pilot relight for sub-metered tenants?
- My pilot light is fine, but I need a furnace inspection, do you do that?
- Is there a cost to come out and check my heater or water heater?
- What do I do if my furnace pilot light goes out?
- Will PG&E light the pilot or check my gas fireplace?
- How do I cancel my pilot light appointment?
- I made a mistake on my pilot light appointment. How do I change it?