If you receive natural gas service from PG&E (including service where gas is provided by another firm but distributed to you through the PG&E system), then the gas service generally needs to be turned off for the duration of the fumigation. This applies to any fumigation involving tenting of part or all of a structure. Your fumigation company is best qualified to request this shut off, as PG&E will need some details from them, such as the type of fumigant being used. You should verify with your fumigation company that they have scheduled shut off with PG&E at least three business days in advance of when the shut off will occur.
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