Smart appliances are a great way to make your home safer, sleeker, and more efficient and now is a great time to embrace these new technologies.
By building personal relationships with customers in the communities where we live and work, our door-to-door approach allows us to make sales that we feel good about because we helped customers make the right decisions for them.
Early Termination Fees (ETFs) are found in many contracts’ terms and conditions. Make sure you read the fine print and understand it before you sign it.
The energy industry is constantly changing. Advances in technology, population growth, changes in government policy, and changes in business and residential energy trends can all be responsible for significant changes. Each year, multiple energy organizations around the world monitor trends in energy creation, consumption, and output, releasing predictions for the future of energy so companies […]
Whatever steps you take to become more energy efficient, we want to help you make better energy decisions in 2017.
When seasons change, our HVAC usage changes too. And one of the easiest ways to keep your system and your home healthy is changing your furnace filter. Easy enough, right? It sure is! Our guide gives you all you need for a successful filter change.
Nestled into the German Village neighborhood in Columbus, Ohio, long-time IGS Energy customer Pistacia Vera creates a unique experience for their customers. The owners, who have a passion for design and comfort, incorporate those elements into their shop design, furniture, marketing, presentation, and flavors, keeping their promise to bring something truly special to their community.
Thermostats are getting smarter and smarter each day. With so many options, finding the one that will work best for you and your home can be a little confusing.
The GFCI outlet was designed to measure the power flowing in and out of the plug to make sure there is a balance. It measures electrical charges as small as 5 milliamps for any variation and when it finds a difference, the outlet “pops”, or breaks the flow of electricity.
The temperatures are dropping as winter comes closer. And while you may be stock piling sweaters, getting all of your cold weather gear out of storage, and budgeting for the holiday season, there are thousands of families across the country who are scrambling to brace for the colder temperatures. 1 in 5 children in the […]