Winter News from Con Edison

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CUSTOMER NEWS | WINTER 2015
SMELL GAS ACT FAST
CALL US OR 911
Heating Tips for Winter | Smell Gas. Act Fast. | Winter Bill Outlook
Stay Cozy This Winter, and Save
Try these no-cost or low-cost tips to keep your home warm. Gene shows you how to check your house for drafts, use the warmth from the sun, and how adding humidity to the air can keep you cozy all winter. Visit conEd.com/video to find this and other energy-saving tips.
Smell Gas. Act Fast.
Smell rotten eggs? If you suspect a gas leak, leave immediately and take others with you.
DO NOT use a phone; light a match; start a car, or turn on or off lights, flashlights, appliances, or anything else that could create a spark and cause the gas to explode. Once you’re safely away from the area, call 911 or 1-800-752-6633. National Grid customers call 1-718-643-4050.
conEd.com:gassafety
Stay safe by making sure your burners are turned off when you’re not using them. And never store combustible items near gas appliances. Don’t step, sit, lean or place any objects on gas pipes or equipment. Visit conEd.com/gassafety to learn more.
Winter Bill Outlook
You can expect slightly lower monthly gas-heating bills this winter. The average monthly bill will be approximately $206, compared with $215 last winter. Read more in the latest issue ofCustomer News.
Winter Bill Outlook
Con Edison offers level-payment plans and other options to help customers manage their bills. Visit conEd.com/managemybills.
4 Tips to Keep You Safe This Winter
1. Don’t enclose your gas meter. Remove snow and ice from around the meter and piping with a brush, not a shovel.
2. Don’t let snow, ice, leaves, or other debris block vents and exhaust ducts. This prevents the dangerous accumulation of carbon monoxide inside buildings.
3. Check the batteries on your CO detector. And if you don’t have one, consider investing in one. CO detectors alert you when deadly carbon monoxide is collecting inside your building.
4. Don’t mess with gas. Do you suspect illegal tampering with a gas line? Call 1-800-75-CONED (1-800-752-6633).For more information, visit conEd.com/gassafety.
WEATHER WATCH
Be prepared for severe weather. Here are some tips to stay safe before, during, and after storms:
Never go near or touch a fallen power line.
If you see a downed wire, call 1-800-75-CONED (1-800-752-6633) immediately.
If power goes out, turn off appliances, but leave a light switched on so you’ll know when service is restored.
Be sure we have your current email address and cell phone number so we can contact you during an outage.
Sign up for text-message notifications. VisitconEd.com/mobileapp.
VisitconEd.com/stormcentralto check our outage map, report a problem, or learn more safety tips.
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