While you may not be able to directly control the weather or even market supply and demand, you can control the amount of natural gas you use and the price you pay per therm. For the things you can control (and even for those you can’t), a competitive retail energy supplier can help you start planning now for colder weather.
Summer is on the horizon and the Washington, D.C. area can expect hot and humid weather in the coming months. As outdoor temperatures climb upwards into the 70s, 80s and 90s, homeowners in the DMV will be switching from heating to cooling.
The best time for planting trees is late winter or early spring. In the Mid-Atlantic, the moderate weather typically seen in late April and May allows newly planted saplings to take root and thrive.
By choosing your energy supplier, you can choose your pricing plan and lock in a low fixed price – which can help keep your home’s total energy bills affordable.
With more cold weather on the way in February, here are some simple tips to keep your home warm this winter.
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