Installing Vinyl Siding Yourself

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  1. r.leblanc7 r.leblanc7 says:
    How do you remove the electric meter form the house to place over new vinyl siding?
    I am in the process of vinyl siding my house. The building inspector said that I could not J-channel around the meter and that the meter box needs to be removed and installed on the surface of the new vinyl siding.
    kclifer says:
    The utility company owns the meter. You will need to buy a vinyl mounting block that matches your siding. This block is mounted behind the meter socket and is the most professional and sturdy way to install it. If you just try to attach your meter socket directly over the siding you will run.

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