Once all of the following requirements have been met, you can anticipate our crews beginning the construction of your service within two weeks. However, inclement weather, power outages, and customer-requested design changes can cause delays.
Complete and return the service application including a sketch of your building site. Show all existing and proposed underground facilities such as water lines, septic tanks, drain fields along with phone, electric, gas and cable TV lines.
An electrical permit is required. If you will be doing the work yourself, you must apply for the permit. If you are planning to hire an electrical contractor, the contractor will apply for the permit. Permit applications may take two or more weeks for processing.
We require a signed easement before a service is installed. Easements may also be required from adjoining property owner(s). This process can take a number of months.
Construction fees must be paid in full before we will proceed with construction of your service. Cost estimates for the work performed will be based on rough grade restoration.
Before we can make the service connection, the meter socket, disconnect panel and related items must be installed per Cloverland specifications and applicable electrical codes.
An electrical inspector must approve the service. If you are completing the work yourself, it is up to you to schedule the inspection; otherwise, the electrical contractor will do it for you. Once your service is approved, the electrical inspector will notify our member services department and provide us with an official release.
The service route from the transformer to the service location must be cleared per Cloverland specifications.
Fees and Service Charges
Line Extension Charges
A free on-site evaluation and written price estimate is available upon request. Members may submit their request online using the New Service Request form provided in the related links section above.
November 14-April 30: Winter charges may apply if ground conditions permit installation at all.
Additional charges for road crossing permits, DNRE permits, conduit and cabinets may apply if required for the installation.
Connection and Membership Fees
All new service applicants will be required to pay a one-time $5 co-op membership fee and any other applicable construction fees as approved by the Michigan Public Service Commission. For details, please refer to the Construction Policy in the applicable rates and rules provided in the related links section above.