Southeast Gas allows you to save money every month on your energy bills, and this year, we're offering you more savings! Now through October 31, save 20% on all in-stock appliances at Southeast Gas. Need some sizzle in your life? Check out our selection of natural gas grills. Planning your holiday baking already? We've got natural gas ranges fit for a feast. Ready to cozy up to a warm fireplace? Our prices on premium natural gas log sets can't be beat. Stop by and see us today!
Now is a great time to enroll in our free Budget Billing service. Customers who have had service for 12 months or longer can enroll in Budget Billing to lessen the payment swings from season to season. With Budget Billing, you’ll have a steady payment amount from month to month!
The IHS CERA report indicates that the abundance and affordability of natural gas allows for expanded use within the residential sector. Space heating is the most common use of natural gas because of convenience, reliability and lower operating costs. Those same benefits also apply to other residential uses including water heating, clothes drying, cooking, fireplaces,… Read More
Natural gas is odorless until, for easy detection, Southeast Gas injects an odorant called mercaptan into the gas. Mercaptan gives off a foul smell, reminiscent of rotten eggs or sulfur. Any odor of natural gas inside your home or business may indicate a leak. If you SMELL rotten eggs, leave the area and then let us know… Read More
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Mention clean energy and most people think about renewable energy sources. But renewable energy sources have supply limitations and often rely on more conventional energy sources as a backup. And of all the conventional energy sources, natural gas is one of the cleanest and most efficient. Check out our latest edition of Natural Living to learn more about natural gas - your clean, reliable energy source. Start reading now.
U.S. households account for 17 percent of total greenhouse gas emissions, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Home heating accounts for the biggest portion of household utility bills, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). Turn your thermostat back 10 to 15 percent for eight hours a day. Not only will you save energy, but it can cut heating bills by as much as 10 percent. During the winter, keep thermostats at or below 68° F. During the summer, keep thermostats at or above 78° F. Install a programmable thermostat that can adjust temperature when no one is home. (Remember to update the timings if you’re going out of town or if your day-to-day schedule changes significantly.)
Looking for one more reason to buy that new natural gas grill this summer? By cooking outside during the summer months you can keep your kitchen (and entire house) cooler. Take your culinary skills to your grill, try some new techniques and work your air conditioner a little less at the same time. Options in […]
Over the past two decades, clothes dryers have largely been left out of the energy-efficiency movement that revolutionized other household appliances like refrigerators, air conditioners and clothes washers. But that all changed when the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the arrival of ENERGY STAR certified clothes dryers at major retailers from a wide variety of […]
Homeowners have long enjoyed the lure of a backyard picnic on a warm summer night. But now consumers are looking at their yards as an extension of their homes. Designers now often talk about “outdoor rooms,” “outdoor living spaces” or “outdoor kitchens” to emphasize the importance many homeowners now place on their patios and yards. […]
The superiority of natural gas translates directly into customer savings. Numbers can be deceptive. Energy efficiency ratings for home appliances, for instance, make it seem like electric appliances are more efficient than natural gas. But nothing could be further from the truth. When overall efficiency is considered alongside the cost to the consumer, natural gas […]
Southeast Gas recently honored its 2017 Community Service Scholarship recipients at a luncheon banquet in Troy. Nineteen students were recognized for their outstanding commitment to the communities in which they live, and will each receive a $1,500 scholarship to the university, college or technical school of their choice. This year’s recipients are: Taylor Adams, Carroll […]