Home safe home

Your home should be safe and comfortable. Learn more about how to stay safe in your home.

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Appliance Safety

Learn how to safely care for your natural gas appliances over time and how to have natural gas appliances safely installed in your home or business.

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Carbon Monoxide

We care about your safety, and it’s important for you to know the risks of carbon monoxide.

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Proper Venting

All natural gas appliances require proper ventilation to bring fresh air to the appliance and to safely vent exhaust gases out of the building.

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Impostors and Scams

If you are unsure about a person claiming to be a representative from our company, ask for ID and call us.

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Find a Contractor

Don't DIY. Find a qualified professional to help you maintain your natural gas appliances.

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Keeping our employees safe

Our crews need an accessible, safe working environment. Help us keep them safe.

  • We love pets, but they can be protective of their owners. Please secure your pets before our teams arrive to ensure they’re not scared of or aggressive toward our crews
  • Ensure the walkway to the door and to the meter are clear of snow and ice so our crews can safely approach your home or business
  • Please provide a clear path to your inside appliances by removing any boxes or clutter
  • Make sure basements are well lit and clear of hazardous materials
  • Ensure stairs are in good condition so our crews can access your meter and/or appliances

Have an emergency?

If you smell gas, think you have a gas leak, have carbon monoxide symptoms or have some other emergency situation, go outside and call 911 and then call us at 1-800-544-5606.