Posts of Author ‘Manon Brochu‘

Jul
7
2014
4:06 pm

Moving soon? We can help!

No one disagrees that moving is stressful. Packing boxes, harassing friends for help, renting U-hauls, scheduling service technicians, all those change-of-address forms…and that’s only phase one of the process. Maybe you can relate to this experience? If so, you’ll remember how big the “little things” were when setting up a new home. At Gas South, we understand what a hassle moving can be, so we make it easy for customers to transfer their natural gas service. Of course, throwing in a $25 bill credit, too, helps alleviate the hidden costs of a new place — and beats the mistake of changing natural gas providers only to incur costly connection fees and deposits.

Well, what if you’re not a Gas South customer? It’s easy to switch and Gas South never charges a deposit! You’ll also receive a $25 bill credit on your first bill, plus a special discount off Atlanta Peach Movers services, the Southeast’s largest moving company.

To learn more, transfer or start your natural gas service with us, please visit http://www.gas-south.com/move . We’re ready to move when you are!

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May
1
2014
4:38 pm

Free tickets, anyone?

You might think it’s too good to be true. The kind of thing you need to hear twice. Then a third time, just to be sure. “Two. Free. Atlanta. Braves. Tickets.” Still, there’s a catch, right? Small print somewhere? Or a disclaimer with the caveat: “When you purchase four brand new snow tires.” Maybe a 10-year timeshare in Daytona? After all, we’re always told there’s no such thing as a free lunch.

No, but catching a free game at Turner Field has one easy requirement…well, actually two. One: a minute of time on the computer. And two: you’ve got to be a Gas South customer. No tires, timeshares or industrial-sized orders of foam tomahawks to get these freebies!

The only drawback, if you want to call it that, is there’s a limit of 4,000 pairs of tickets to give away. So doing the minute-on-the-computer thing ASAP is a good idea. And if you’re a little late or need more tickets? You can still save on Braves games all season long. You see, we love the Atlanta Braves, as evidenced by our 6 year sponsorship, and we’re obsessed with sending customers to games!

This year, we’re also offering customers a whopping 38% discount off Sunday-Thursday games all season long. That means a lot less wincing when little Timmy wants a hotdog, coke and dipping dots. Another bonus: the 38% discount applies to many areas of the stadium, so the better your seats, the more money you save.

If you’ve read this far, like baseball, and are not a Gas South customer, you must be feeling a little cheated  by your current natural gas provider right now. That’s understandable. But we can fix that!  Just signing up with Gas South and choosing a great low fixed rate snags you free tickets — and throw in your season-long 38% discount for being a customer, and well, you  can see the Braves so often that you’ll save enough to cover  the physiotherapy bill for that nasty case of tennis elbow caused by over ‘chopping.

So let’s take care of that minute-on-the-computer. For Gas South customers: go to gas-south.com/braves, where you can order discounted or request your free tickets while they’re available. And if you want to taste a little Hometown Value with a new natural gas provider?  Click here and sign up by May 4th to get your free tickets.

The season is full of promise for the Braves. So enjoy it while saving some green. There’s nothing we like more than seeing y’all do the chop – and it’s on us!  Go Braves!

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Oct
23
2012
4:10 pm

We’re Committed to Hometown Value

At Gas South, we’re committed to providing our customers with the very best service. We’re different than most natural gas providers because our commitment goes beyond what you pay for your natural gas. We will always provide you with great everyday low rates, local discounts and perks to save you money. Plus, we’re committed to supporting and giving back to the communities that we serve. We call it Hometown Value and we believe our customers expect and deserve it.

Have you caught a glimpse of our new commercial that communicates this commitment? Take a look at the video below and tell us what you think. I love the dot in our commercial!  Any ideas as to what we should name it?

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Sep
20
2012
4:26 pm

How to Prepare for the Heating Season

Last week we talked about what Gas South is doing to help you through this winter. This week, we’d like to give our customers a few tips to assist you in preparing for the heating season.

- Make sure you check your current rate per therm. You can find this information on your bill. If you are on a variable rate, think about switching to a fixed rate plan. Prices usually rise in the fall and winter months when demand increases, and you may save money by locking in a fixed rate now. Find out more about our rate plans here.

- Some houses and businesses only use natural gas for heat and they are our seasonal customers. Seasonal accounts can be turned off during the summer months to prevent being charged taxes and fees when the gas isn’t being used. If you are a seasonal customer, call us now so that we can schedule your service connection before it gets cold.

- If you need your natural gas service turned on, the sooner you call, the less likely you will have to wait. Atlanta Gas Light (AGL) is the company who owns the pipelines that natural gas flows through here in Georgia. AGL is responsible for maintaining the pipelines, turning the gas on or off for customers, and reading meters. When you sign up for natural gas service, we register your account with AGL and let them know they need to turn your service on. AGL has up to five business days to turn on your gas and it may take the entire time when AGL is busy.

We hope these tips help. Call us or visit us online to check on your account or turn on service before it gets too cold. Gas South is BRINGING THE HEAT™ to keep you warm this season!

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