Drive-thru hours

All of our services are now available online. If a drive-thru visit is required, our new drive-thru hours are Mon-Fri, 8-12 and 1-5.

Lower Your Natural Gas Bill Now: Quick Tips for You

Don’t get burned by unexpectedly high energy bills. You can start reducing your natural gas use today with these simple, no-cost energy-saving tips.

  • Lower the thermostat at night or when you’re not at home to reduce heating energy use.
  • Change your furnace filter. A clean filter will help warm air flow more freely.
  • Make sure registers are unblocked by carpet or furniture. Blocked vents can also restrict airflow and make your heating system work harder.
  • Take shorter showers. A 10-minute shower can use up to 25 gallons or more of hot water. Keep it short and save energy and water.
  • Cover pots while boiling water. It will heat the water up faster and save energy.
  • Match the size of pots and pans to the burner so the heat goes where you need it.
  • Use the cold temperature setting, if you can, while doing laundry.
  • Lower the temperature on your water heater to 120°F. You’ll save energy, and that’s plenty warm for most uses.

Low-cost upgrades

These low-cost upgrades can significantly reduce your energy use over time, and they’re simple projects you can do yourself.

  • Install water-efficient fixtures. Low-flow showerheads and faucet aerators are simple to install. They reduce water use while still providing a comfortable flow.
  • Insulate hot water pipes. Bare hot water pipes can lose a lot of heat. Pipe insulation kits are available at your local DIY retailer. Just cut it to fit and secure the insulation to accessible hot water pipes near your water heater.
  • Weatherize doors and windows. Loose or cracked caulk around windows or gaps around exterior doors can let conditioned air escape. Clean out and replace any old caulking around windows. Make sure doors are sealed tight with properly installed weather-stripping.
  • Install storm windows. If you have older windows, storm windows are a low-cost addition that can improve their thermal performance and the comfort of your home during winter.