You can repair a meter box without disconnecting the utilities. It’s very easy to repair a meter box with the Ritherdon Meter box repair unit. The door and frame units cover the existing meter box with durable powder-coated steel. The Ritherdon units have three ways of fixing onto the existing meter box: Front-fixing units Internal-fixing units
Meter Box Repairs
Ritherdon started designing door and frame units nearly 40 years ago. At that time the answer to this question was clear. The electricity (and gas) boards owned the meter box and were responsible for them. Then came deregulation, and these organisations were no longer necessarily the billing company, so they no longer had this responsibility.
Measure the three maximum dimensions of the damaged meter box, without adding any extra area. Find them in the first column in the tables below and look across columns 2 and 3 to find the appropriate Ritherdon Door and Frame unit. Repair an Electricity Meter Box: Damaged Electric Meter Box mm (hwd) 640 x 230 x 33
To find the right meter box repair door and frame to cover the damaged GRP meter box measure the external height, width and depth. Make sure that you measure carefully, without adding any extra area. The depth of the units is only what is protruding from the wall. Note whether the meter box you are
Over the next two years, Mitras are going to replace one of their surface-mounted electricity meter boxes – model M30019. However, Ritherdon will continue to manufacture the alternatives, in the shape of the R6 (zinc plated) and larger R16 (stainless) steel meter boxes. Ritherdon also supplies a repair unit – the R26 – which slides