It may be okay to crank up the heat a bit more – those heating their homes with natural gas can expect to see lower bills this winter.
DTE Energy says the cost for the company to buy natural gas has fallen by 8%, meaning more savings for customers. Continue reading
Although winter is over, paying utility bills isn’t. A community action group is offering assistance to people in mid-Michigan struggling to pay a back-log of winter bills.
Mid Michigan Community Action is offering assistance to families with lingering utility costs, and providing them with a supply of heating fuel for next winter. Continue reading
According to data from the U.S. Fire Association, 130 people died in residential fires in Michigan last year.
Even though it’s officially spring, officials said homeowners are still struggling with heating their homes.
The subzero wind chills have been brutal enough, but many Michiganders are in for even more ugly numbers when they open up their January heating bills.
That’s why officials want to spread the word that help is available.