For most of us, setting up or switching electricity companies and services has become a simple but unsophisticated task. It’s not an exciting purchase you’ve been saving up for or something you’ve been eyeing for a while. It’s a household commodity for all of us, and more so for business owners. However, it CAN be a rewarding shopping experience – if you understand the process. Follow along with APG&E, the leading electricity company in the nation for more information about everything you should expect when switching electric providers.
Whether you’re setting up brand new services or just switching before your existing contract expires, there are a few important items to consider.
Lifehack: If you can’t switch just yet and think you found a great rate, say right before prices go up (AKA usually the start of summer), you might still have the option to do what we call a self-selected switch. This is available in Texas, Maryland, and Pennsylvania.
Once you’ve set up your new service or have chosen a new electricity provider, some things should come standard. We’ll talk about those and some of the perks you get if you sign up with APG&E.
There’s a handful of departments and processes in place working behind the scenes here at APG&E to ensure that things run smoothly for our customers. Not only does it take the right set of skills and understanding for the industry, but it’s the drive and dedication that our employees embody that make us an efficient and stable electricity provider. Beyond our team here, there’s a lot of people involved in making sure that when you flip the switch, the lights come on. Below you’ll see what really happens in the background to make sure power is being delivered to your community.
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If you ever find yourself in a situation where you don’t quite understand something or have a question about your bill, don’t ever hesitate to reach out to us. Our customer care team is dedicated to making sure you have the best customer experience possible, and we’ll help in any way that we can. If you have more questions, be sure to check out our FAQs.
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