Before you dig
Underground natural gas pipeline may be closer to the surface than you think. Digging in the wrong place, even with a simple garden shovel, could create a safety hazard or cut off service to an entire neighbourhood. And you could be held liable for all of it. Locate underground utility lines before you do any digging on your property.
Dig safely: It’s the law
Thinking of planting a tree, building a deck or installing a fence, or put a hole in the ground? Anytime you plan to dig, you must get a free locate of underground utility infrastructure, it's the law.
Snap, share and win a $500 gift card
Planning to dig? We're giving away six $500 home improvement gift cards—to enter, simply post a photo of your safely marked natural gas pipeline after calling Ontario One Call for your outdoor projects on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook with the hashtag #DigSafe and tag @EnbridgeGas.
In order to be eligible for this contest, you must be planning to dig on your property before requesting a locate with Ontario One Call.
What you need to do before you dig?
Find out what’s underground – IT’S FREE
Wait for us to arrive.
Now you can dig
But won’t my contractor take care of this?
Some contractors can but it’s best to ask and ensure that no matter what safety is the top priority.