Natural gas is an affordable, clean, convenient, domestic, and versatile fuel source...

Who hasn’t scrambled to order oil before a big snow storm? Or sat at home waiting for a delivery and then had to shovel a path so it can be made? The continuous supply of natural gas to your home eliminates many of the hassles associated with other fuels.


IT’S EASY ON YOUR BUDGET Natural gas is affordable. Natural gas companies’ rates are regulated and approved by state agencies, making them stable and consistent. And, you pay for only what you use.
IT’S CLEAN Natural gas is clean and efficient so you can say goodbye to sooty build-up, and use less fuel with up to 98% efficient equipment.
IT PROVIDES YOU CONVENIENCE Natural gas is convenient; it is always there for you. No more deliveries. No more shoveling a path for delivery. No more worrying about running out.
IT PROVIDES YOU OPTIONS Natural gas is versatile. It is ideal for space and water heating, cooking, grilling, clothes drying and so much more!
YOU CAN DEPEND ON IT Natural gas is in abundant supply. In the event of a power outage, rely on natural gas to fuel a back-up generator.
IT IS LOW MAINTENANCE Because natural gas burns cleaner than oil, your maintenance costs for heating equipment and appliances are reduced.
YOU CAN HAVE CONFIDENCE More than half of American homes use natural gas and most of it used here is produced in North America.
IT’S ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY You’ll reduce your carbon footprint due to fewer harmful emissions than oil.
IT’S A SPACE SAVER Since there’s no fuel storage tank it frees up that space for other uses and makes the space more attractive.
IT’S A GOOD INVESTMENT The availability of natural gas often results in higher resale value of homes.



  • What else should I know about converting to natural gas?  
  • How would storms such as Sandy that cut electricity to millions in the Northeast affect me as a natural gas customer?  
  • Shouldn’t I consider equipment efficiency and not just price over the longer term?  
  • With oil price fluctuations recently, how much will I really save when converting to natural gas?