We’re Growing!

    Do you live in the South Dothan or Rehobeth area? We have great news for you! Natural gas service is now available in your area. Discover the benefits of natural gas for your home. And, receive up to a $250 bill credit when you connect natural gas service in the new Southeast Gas expansion area now through December 31. Natural gas provides a reliable energy source. It's an affordable energy that often costs less than other fuels. From cooking and water heating to indoor/outdoor cooking and clothes drying, natural gas can be used throughout your home. Water heating accounts for up to 25% of the energy consumed in your home, so it's important to choose wisely. Traditionally, natural gas water heaters recover quicker, giving you more hot water faster. And, when you choose a tankless natural gas water heater, you'll use less energy and your operating cost drops by as…
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  • Winter Readiness Open House

    Is your home winter ready? Join us for our Winter Readiness Open House to learn about tools and services we offer to help you manage your energy costs this winter! Whether you’re looking for general energy savings guidelines, winter natural gas safety, utility payment plans, overall budgeting assistance, a personal energy audit or weatherization suggestions […]
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  • 2019 Community Service Scholars Recognized

    Southeast Gas recently announced the winners of its Community Service Scholarships for 2019. Twenty-one 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: Riley Campbell, Greenville High School; Tiffany […]
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  • Going Green: Spring Landscaping

    Well-managed landscapes help extend the energy efficiency offered by natural gas and complement outdoor living spaces populated by natural gas appliances. Grass is 31 degrees Fahrenheit cooler than asphalt and 20 degrees cooler than bare soil, according to the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP). And trees shading homes can reduce attic temperatures by as […]
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