During the home inspection of our new house (we close next week), the inspector showed us the electric meter and pointed out that it had been double-tapped when the central a/c unit was added (home built 1952, central a/c installed 2001). He said this was not up to code, and could cause arcing and be a fire hazard and should be corrected. I called the local power company (Rocky Mtn. Power) and they said that we would need to get an electrician to come fix it since it was "inside" the house. But the meter is on the outside of the house, and that is where the connection is. I don't know much about electrical wiring or really understand how all this works, but it sounds like something that ought to be taken care of. Any advice? Thanks in advance!