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If you’re a Lincoln Electric System customer, you’ve probably wondered how to save money on your monthly utility bill. Fortunately, we’ve found some options that can help!
Payment options can help you manage your bills better.
If you’ve been a LES customer for at least twelve months, you may be able to enroll in Budget Billing. In order to enroll, you will need to ensure that your account has a zero balance. Your annual usage will be divided into twelve equal payments. The amount of each payment will be adjusted every six months to ensure that it is accurate. In order to sign up, you will need to use the form on the Lincoln Electric Systems website.
You may also be eligible for payment arrangements. The company encourages customers to contact them as soon as they suspect their payment will be past due. The company can offer the best help when they have early notice, so be sure to contact them right away.
You may be able to get help with your LES bills!
The Community Action Partnership of Lancaster and Saunders Counties may be able to help. You must have a disconnection notice in order to receive assistance from this agency.
The Salvation Army in Lincoln also offers help.
The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services also offers assistance through the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP). This program provides financial assistance with a household’s heating and cooling expenses. In addition to paying a certain amount toward your utilities, the program can also provide emergency furnace repair, summer fans, window air conditioning unit assistance, utility deposit assistance and weatherization services.
Lincoln Electric System is dedicated to the community.
For over 50 years, Lincoln Electric Systems has been serving the local community. They are dedicated to helping low income customers save money and keep their utilities connected.