Spring time means home and yard improvement projects. Get your home inside and out ready for the season with these helpful tips.
Inside the home
Discovering how and what is using energy in your home is the first step to understanding where your biggest energy-saving opportunities lie. Take SDG&E’s energy survey and get a customized report with energy-saving recommendations.
• Simply log into sdge.com/myaccount.
• Click on the “My Energy” tab
• Click on My Energy Survey.
For more information and a step-by-step guide. Click here.
Outside the Home
Planning to plan a tree or install a fence or deck? WAIT! Here’s what you need to know first. Homeowners often make risky assumptions about whether or not they should get their utility lines marked, but every digging job requires a call – even small projects like planting trees and shrubs. Gas pipelines can be located anywhere – under streets, sidewalks and yes even in your yard. Damaging a pipeline can cause a dangerous break or leak, can disrupt service to an entire neighborhood and can result in injury or expense.
Calling 811 before every digging job gets your underground utility lines marked for free and helps prevent undesired consequences. For more information about staying safe visit http://www.sdge.com/safety/gas-safety/dial-811-you-dig .
Have your appliances checked annually
SDG&E offers free gas appliance safety check-ups to help you keep your natural gas appliances in safe working condition. Schedule and manage your appointment online.
All you have to do is select your date, set up your appointment and provide some additional information. It’s that easy.
Once you’re done, your request is automatically scheduled. SDG&E will send you an email confirmation. After that you can track your requests or update them online. If your plans change, no problem. You can always update your request or cancel it at your convenience.
You can also schedule your appointment by calling 1-800-411-7343.
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