Baltimore Maryland no deposit electricity service companies

January 4, 2011

In Baltimore Maryland the monopoly electricity utility company is known as Baltimore gas and electric company. Fortunately because the state is deregulated you have a choice in who you choose as your electricity company. One of the biggest frustrations with finding an alternate electric company is having to put down a large deposit to have […]

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McKinney, Texas Electricity Service With No Deposit

August 6, 2010

No deposit electricity in McKinney Texas used to mean you had to sign up with a very high priced prepaid electric company. You would get hooked in by an advertisement that said something like “$99 to start service with us!” 2 weeks later you are asked by this prepaid electric company for an additional $200 […]

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No Deposit Dallas Electricity Service

July 26, 2010

Saving money on your Dallas, Texas electricity service is as easy as a click of your mouse with ElectricRates. When it comes to finding the best deal on Dallas, Texas electricity service, ElectricRates has already done all the research for you. So rather than spending hours gathering company information, making phone calls, taking notes, then […]

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Pennsylvania Electric: Is Your AC Unit Too Big (Hence Costing You Money) for Your Home

May 27, 2010

With today’s super-sized homes have come super-sized air conditioning units. In fact, they’ve become the norm, instead of the exception. And, according to many home heating and cooling specialists, they could be costing you money – big time – because an air conditioner that is too large for a home wastes valuable energy. Here’s why […]

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Pennsylvania Electric Consumer Tip: A Green Garage Door Option with a $1,500 Tax Credit

May 19, 2010

Garages are a godsend for residents who brave extremely cold temperatures in the winter. Like most everything else in home construction, garage doors come in environmentally friendly, ie “green” options. Following is one – and installing it could even qualify you for a $1,500 tax credit under the government’s energy efficiency program for homeowners. Composite […]

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