Heating Appliance Tips from PG&E

Heating Appliance Tips from PG&E

As another spring storm is expected to bring winter-like weather throughout much of PG&E’s service territory, PG&E is urging its customers to stay safe and have a plan. If storm-related power outages occur, PG&E wants customers to know the COVID-19 situation won’t affect the company’s response. PG&E crews will safely work around-the-clock to restore power to customers.

The utility also urges customers to be cautious when using appliances or fireplaces to heat their homes. Space heaters and other electric or gas heating appliances can be a fire hazard when not safely used or closely attended. Also, gas furnaces, gas-operated generators, stoves and water heaters can increase the risk of exposure to carbon monoxide. PG&E urges customers to focus on safely heating their homes as temperatures dip.

For the latest information on power restoration, customers can call PG&E’s outage information line at 1-800-743-5002. Customers can call PG&E’s outage information line at 1-800-743-5002. Customers can also log-in to their account and sign up to receive outage alerts through email, text or phone.  

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