Stay Safe and Save This Winter

Trim Your Energy Bill and Stay Safe with These Easy Tips

As temperatures begin to drop, it’s important to consider how conservation activities can change along with the season. Check out our tips for conserving natural gas during cooler weather!
 
  1. Save up to 10% on heating costs by lowering your furnace thermostat by three to five degrees, if health permits.
  2. Clean or replace your furnace filters according to manufacturer recommendations.
  3. Have your air ducts tested for leaks. Leaky ducts can cost you between 10 to 30 percent in heating and cooling costs.
  4. Reduce the temperature on your water heater.
  5. Save up to 10% on water heating costs by washing and rinsing your clothes in cold water.

Stay Safe

Gas appliances are a huge convenience, so it’s important you keep yours operating safely and efficiently.

Install a Carbon Monoxide Detector

Carbon monoxide is invisible and odorless. That’s why you should install a carbon monoxide detector as your first line of defense.

Dial It Down Alert

A voluntary call for natural gas conservation.