Moving? Natural gas is just one of the utilities you’ll need to handle when you move. And how you handle that varies by state and utility market. Here’s how to set up new natural gas service when you are moving in Georgia, Ohio or Michigan. (Bonus: we’ll tell you how to set up electricity service in Ohio.)
When it comes to apartment natural gas bills or natural gas in your rental home, there are only a few things you can control. Your landlord has chosen the furnace and other appliances in your building, so replacement for more efficient models is out of the question.
But, you can focus on the two things you can control. First, your choice of natural gas supplier, to get a low rate. And second, your natural gas usage, to keep your bill low. Here’s information on both.
It’s a common question — how to reduce your gas bill, and especially, how to lower your gas bill in the winter.
If you heat your home with natural gas, you’re using one of the most efficient methods of heating your home. And you aren’t alone. Over 47% of American homes use natural gas as their primary heating source. But that’s not much help when you get that whopping winter natural gas bill.
You’re all ready for an outdoor party and barbecue. Maybe it’s even a summer pool party. You went to the pool supply store, got the pool cleaner and the pool light set up. You have the mosquito net tent on the patio, the citronella candles and the sun tea getting ready. But when you go to light your outdoor grill…
Oops! Forgot to buy the propane!
That’s why we like natural gas grills instead.
Dealing with your home’s damage after a flood can be an exhausting job.
After a hurricane, storm surge, or tropical storm, recovery and rebuilding can seem like an endless task. The job of taking care of your home and salvaging everything possible is important, but it’s even more important to make sure that you and your family are safe.
It’s crucial that you follow safety guidelines when recovering and renewing your natural gas systems after any type of flood.
It’s easy to switch your natural gas supplier in Georgia, with no change to your reliability or safety.
In this article, you’ll learn how to choose a natural gas supplier, and how switching to a competitive natural gas supplier can save money and give you price certainty.
When you shop for natural gas in Ohio, you are exercising your right to Choice! And once you learn the basics of how to shop for natural gas supply in OH, it’s easy to switch. In this article, you’ll learn how to make an apples to apples comparison of OH natural gas rates and plans.
You’ll learn how to make the switch, and how switching to a competitive natural gas supplier can save money and give you price certainty. You’ll also learn how the price to compare gas rates are set by the utility.
Why switch natural gas plans? Savings, incentives and service are just some of the reasons.
With natural gas deregulation, many consumers can choose their natural gas company. Consumers can shop for and select a gas plan with the best rate and contract length to meet their needs. Some providers even offer perks for picking their plans like gift cards or airline miles.
Want to switch natural gas suppliers? If your natural gas bill has been high, you may be talking with friends who have already switched natural gas providers to save money. Saving money is a great motivation. But the process of switching providers to get the best price can admittedly be confusing.
The good news is that it’s really not hard to switch natural gas providers. Whether this is your first time choosing an alternative natural gas supplier, or you’re switching from another supplier, NaturalGasPlans.com is here to make the process easy.
Gas deregulation offers significant savings for consumers who choose the right plan. But how do you begin to find the rate plan that’s right for you?
If you live in a gas deregulated state, each of the suppliers in your area offer multiple plans. It’s a sometimes-confusing mix of rates and contract lengths.
Here are some natural gas plan basics to help you find the best option for you: