From free appliances to budget billing, most utility companies offer services that can help their customers save money. We’ve found secret programs that can give you monthly discounts, provide $10,000+ in FREE home improvements and so much more!
In 2015, I bought a home in another town and I was suddenly faced with power bills that were over $1,000 per month!
I was shocked and I couldn’t afford it… so I called our power company and asked for help. I discovered TONS of programs that I never knew existed!
The company even sent a representative to evaluate our home, recommend cost-saving measures and even gave us two free shower-heads and about a dozen free LED light bulbs! The representative also told us how we could get a new refrigerator and washing machine absolutely free. About a year later, we discovered another program offered through our local Community Action Council that installed over $18,000 in FREE home improvement products (including a new air conditioner)!
These programs SAVED my budget… and I bet they could help yours, too!
That’s why I’ve been on a mission to research and write about every power company in the US. I’ve discovered all sorts of helpful programs during my research, including monthly discounts, free weatherization programs, moratoriums that prevent your power from being disconnected, programs that forgive your past-due balance and so much more!
I haven’t finished the list yet, so if you don’t see your state or power provider in the list, just leave a comment and let me know. I’ll add it to my to-do list and get that research done for you just as soon as I can!
You’ll find an alphabetized state list below. Just select your state to get started!
If you do not see your state listed, please leave me a comment with your power company name AND your state.
If you leave me a comment with your power company name AND state, I will research and write up a post about how your specific power company can help you save money! Since some power companies span several states, your location enables me to identify the savings that are available to your specific area.