Gardner, Kansas, might be balmy in the summer, but winter nights without heat will be miserable. Natural gas is a common method of heating a home, and it's handled through gas companies like Atmos Energy or Kansas Gas Service, both of which ensure that your gas lines and connections neither leak nor pose fire hazards. Many homes also use natural gas for conventional ovens and water heaters. These types of services are useful year round in Gardner, Kansas.
Hook Up Gas Service with Atmos Energy
Call Atmos Energy toll free at 888-286-6700 and say "A new account" when prompted. Say or speak your zip code, which is 66030, to be transferred to a customer service representative.
Provide the customer service representative with your name, service address, phone number and Social Security number. This information is required to receive natural gas services.
Pay your security deposit up front to have your natural gas services turned on. Atmos Energy runs a credit check to determine the need of a security deposit and they use the service address to determine the amount of your deposit.
Wait for one to two business days for your gas services to be turned on. Atmos Energy tries to activate your services the business day following your request, provided the security deposit has been received.
Hook Up Gas Service with Kansas Gas Service
Call Kansas Gas Service toll free at 1800-794-4780 and press "0" to speak to a customer service representative. Alternatively, use the company's website to register for new gas service.
Provide the customer service representative with your name, service address, Social Security number and telephone number.
Pay your security deposit in four monthly installments. Kansas Gas Service does not run a credit check and does require a security deposit. The security deposit is calculated by multiplying the average monthly gas usage at your service address by two.
Wait one to three business days for your gas service to be set up. Sometimes gas service can take up to one week during high-volume service times, which usually occur in the winter months.
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