Stay safe, warm and save money as temperatures drop
January 22, 2019
As winter temperatures begin to drop, Georgia Power encourages customers to keep safety in mind. Colder weather can also mean higher energy bills and, as the low temperatures continue this winter, Georgia Power provides customers with a variety of free tools and resources to help them stay warm while saving money and energy. Customers can make small changes today that can deliver big savings throughout the winter and year-round.
Georgia Power offers the following home safety and energy-saving tips in mind to stay warm, safe and save money this winter.
To stay safe follow these tips
To stay warm and save follow these tips
Caulk & Strip
It's Great to Insulate
Focus on the Fireplace
Let it Flow
For additional video tips for preparing for winter weather, visit the Winter Prep page.