December 2018 Intouch Customer Information Newsletter

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Thank you for your business in 2018, and we wish you the very best in the new year.

With the start of a new year just around the corner, it’s a time when people like to reflect on all the projects and renovations they’d like to undertake in their home. Remember, we’re here to help you save money and energy all year round. Union Gas has incentive programs, such as the Home Reno Rebate, which can provide up to $5,000 towards the costs of your upgrades, available to help you lower your energy use and save on those energy-efficient home renos all throughout the year.

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Before starting any home renovation projects, visit our Save Money & Energy page to learn more about our energy-saving programs.

Winter is upon us, which means it’s important to keep your outdoor natural gas meter and exhaust vents free of snow and ice. This helps to ensure that the meter will work safely and that heating equipment doesn’t go into safety shutdown. It also allows easy access for accurate meter readings or emergency situations.

To keep your meter clear, just gently brush off snow or ice with a soft broom or brush—never use a sharp tool like an ice scraper—and be careful not to bump your meter with a snowblower.

As you bring out the holiday decorations, remember to keep boxes and other items away from your furnace, water heater and thermostat. Keep the space around them clear in case Union Gas or your heating contractor need to access them for service or repairs.

If you have difficulty clearing off your meter or expect a problem ensuring safe access to it, contact us online through myaccount or call 1-888-774-3111, option 2, to let us know. You can also submit your meter reading online or by phone.

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Visit our Safety page to watch a short video on how taking a few simple steps will lead to a happy meter and meter reader.