Greetings, gas fans. Therman here, and I’ve got answers to your questions about everything from Energy to Zithers. You can also ask about anything starting with A, B, C or D.
To Jerry: Millard Fillmore.
To Ezra G.: No, don’t ever dig near a gas line without telling your utility first. Call 811 and give them the date you plan to dig so they can prepare. Learn more here.
To Velma: You can call Infinite Energy’s Customer Care Center Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. EST. You couldn’t talk to a nicer bunch of folks. Don’t feel shy about asking questions.
To Kim: Try some Vitamin B complex. It always perks me up.
To Miguel: Infinite Energy never charges a fee for paying your bill direct to us. You can pay your residential bill by bank account, Visa, MasterCard or Discover. If you want to pay another way, look up your state on this site.
To Spike: The first time was in 1738, when a hornet’s nest fell into a punchbowl. Since then, awnings have come into much wider use.
To Elmira: No.
To Walter: If you’re looking for a smart thermostat, try the Nest Learning Thermostat™. It remembers the temperatures you like and programs itself. It can lower your heating and cooling bill up to 15 percent. If you live in Georgia or Texas, go here and find out about our Nest rate. You could get a Nest Thermostat from Infinite at no cost.
To Greg K.: Yes, Infinite takes a great interest in learning. We give back to the communities where we live and work, focusing on education. We get involved with reading programs, STEM and other school stuff.
To Elmira: The answer is still no.
Therman answers your questions from time to time. You can email questions for Therman to Marketing@InfiniteEnergy.com.