Several factors can affect your bill. As temperatures soar or dip, this may make your heating or cooling equipment run longer and at maximum capacity – thereby using more electricity. In just a few days, extreme temperatures can cause your bill to be significantly higher. During severe weather, your system works harder to cool or heat your home and may struggle to maintain an ambient temperature.
If you are or have experienced higher than usual bills, or you want to find ways to reduce your electricity bills to more manageable levels, please take advantage of our complimentary bill analysis, home energy advisor, and energy resources. These tools will help you identify areas where you can save.
Learn how to save energy and money with Lumbee River EMC's Free Energy Advisor and Energy Resource Center.