Utilities in 78108 Zip Code
How to Set up Utilities in Your Home

Government regulation of utilities isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Jimmy Carter created regulations in the 1970’s to encourage alternative energy technology such as cogenerators, which concurrently generate heat or steam energy, and power producers that utilize solar, wind, hydroelectric and biomass power. Even though regulation can be for the public good, it also creates monopolies. Some states have decided to deregulate certain utilities, such as natural gas and electric.

  • Deregulation has increased the number of suppliers available to the public in terms of gas, electric and other utility services. However, services such as water, sewage and sanitation often still operate as natural monopolies.
  • When setting up these services, make a checklist of everything you will need. Essentials include gas, electric, water, sewer and trash. Phone, internet, and cable or satellite television are non-essential utilities that you may nonetheless feel that you need.
  • Compare rates and ask each company you talk to whether you will need to agree to a leasing period, such as twelve months. Also ask targeted questions about installation costs and billing practices. Some companies, for example, charge a fee for you to pay your bill over the phone. Check third-party consumer sites for customer service and billing ratings.
  • Expect each utility company to check your credit. If your credit score is low, you may have to pay a refundable deposit. Deposits can sometimes be paid over time.
  • You may wish to record providers' customer service telephone numbers, your account numbers, and due dates in a specified area, be it a spreadsheet or day planner. Doing so will help you to stay organized and streamline the bill-paying process.

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    210-658-7033
    908 Curtiss St
    Schertz, TX 78154
    210-651-1804
    17317 Bell North Dr
    Schertz, TX 78154
    210-654-1200
    17305 Interstate 35 N
    Schertz, TX 78154
    830-420-2400
    11890 W Interstate 10
    Marion, TX 78124
    210-344-3031
    5320 George Cooper
    San Antonio, TX 78247
    210-590-1226
    610 Lanark Dr Ste 205
    San Antonio, TX 78218
    210-805-8540
    5810 Rittiman Plz
    San Antonio, TX 78218
    830-629-3902
    327 S Business Ih 35
    New Braunfels, TX 78130
    830-629-8400
    263 Main Plz
    New Braunfels, TX 78130
    210-824-6313
    4702 Dodge St
    San Antonio, TX 78217
    830-606-2074
    New Braunfels, TX 78132
    830-606-7307
    New Braunfels, TX 78132
    210-949-0085
    13333 Blanco Rd Ste 304
    San Antonio, TX 78216
    830-401-2404
    Seguin, TX 78156
    830-372-2605
    Seguin, TX 78156
    210-525-0013
    348 Sandau Rd
    San Antonio, TX 78216
    210-734-3062
    135 El Mio Dr
    San Antonio, TX 78216
    830-303-0425
    Seguin, TX 78156
    210-384-5400
    10101 Reunion Pl Ste 700
    San Antonio, TX 78216
    830-237-9745
    6105 Fm 467
    Seguin, TX 78155
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