Take Control Of Your Energy Usage And Get Paid For It

Is your home suffering from any of the following?

• High energy bills

• Drafty, uncomfortable rooms

• Varying room temperatures

• Inadequate insulation

• Window condensation

• Old, inefficient heating equipment

Now's the time to take control with PGW's EnergySense Home Rebates Program. Start by calling 1-855-PGW-SOLVES or visiting pgwenergysense.com to select a PGW-approved home assessment specialist to conduct a home energy assessment at a discounted rate of only $150 (normally valued at $500).

After the assessment, you'll receive a detailed report with home performance solutions and projected utility bill savings. Then, you decide which improvements to make. Once work is complete, you'll receive up to $3,500 in rebates. It's that simple.

Don't just take our word for it. Hear what others are saying. We sat down with customers already experiencing the benefits of EnergySense, and weren’t surprised to hear feedback like ... "It makes sense."

By the way, financing for as low as .99% is available through Keystone HELP - Pennsylvania's special financing program for energy efficient home improvements.

Need an appointment, or more information? Visit pgwenergysense.com or call 1-855-PGW-SOLVES.

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Smell Gas? Call (215) 235-1212

Natural Gas smells bad on purpose

That “rotten egg” smell is the smell of natural gas. If you think you smell gas leave the area immediately, and then call PGW at 215-235-1212 from a safe location.

Learn more Leaks, Odors, Safety Tips

Also if you smell gas:

  • Do not use electrical devices including cell phones which may cause a spark and ignite the gas.
  • Do not use an open flame, matches or lighters.
  • Do not try to locate the source of the gas leak.
  • Do not try to shut off any natural gas valves or gas appliances.
  • Do not start vehicles.
  • Do not re-enter the building or return to the area until a PGW employee or a qualified utility representative says it is safe to do so.
  • Do not put out the flames if natural gas ignites.