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Summit Natural Gas has partnered with local weatherization and low-income assistance providers to assist our customers who need a little extra help.
Summit has rebates for homes and businesses that can save you HUNDREDS off the costs of upgrading your old heating equipment.*
Like many businesses, we understand that this spread of the virus has created a fluid and rapidly changing situation that requires close monitoring and a need to adapt quickly.
One easy phone call to 811 starts the process to get your underground pipelines and utility lines marked for FREE!
Please be on alert for fraudulent phone calls from individuals posing as utility representatives.
We have learned about calls being made by individuals purporting to be from local utility companies. The calls claim to be about billing issues, such as your account being past due or that you must pay outstanding charges immediately over the phone.
If in doubt about a call, DO NOT provide any personal information over the phone. Instead, call our Customer Service Department at 844-528-5520 and report the call.
Our Customer Service Department will be able to verify your utility account number and will never insist that you use a prepaid debit card to make a payment. We send notices before disconnecting gas service, and send disconnection notices by U.S. mail. Summit personnel in the field can be recognized by their company vehicle, uniforms and identification badge when coming to your home for various reasons or to disconnect gas service for nonpayment.
At Summit, your safety and security are our top priority and we want to help you stay vigilant against scams.
May 15, 2020
Branson, MO – Summit Natural Gas of Missouri (Summit) gives $2,000 to Elevate Branson [...]
April 16, 2020
Lebanon, MO – At Summit Natural Gas of Missouri (Summit), we’re more than your natural gas utility, we’re also your friends, neighbors and community members [...]
April 10, 2020
Lebanon, MO – COVID-19 has hit senior residents hard throughout the country. That’s where Phil Marcum, Summit’s Senior Manager of Business Development, steps in. [...]
April 7, 2020
CENTENNIAL, CO – Summit Utilities (Summit) along with its family of companies announced a commitment of $80,000 in COVID-19 relief to the communities in which they serve. [...]