Augusta, GA Gas Stations

How to Find the Best Natural Gas Rates in Augusta

For most people, the best natural gas plan is the plan that offers the lowest natural gas price.

We recommend fixed rate plans for your natural gas in Georgia. That way you secure a rate for the term of your agreement. Variable rate gas plans can be tricky. You’ll pay a low introductory rate and then your price will start to climb. (Find more on the types of plans in our blog on How to Shop for Natural Gas in Georgia.)

But here’s a step by step of what to look for, to find the best natural gas rate in Augusta Georgia.

Time needed: 10 minutes.

How to find the Best Natural Gas Prices in Augusta GA

  1. Enter your zip code.

    You can shop by zip code to find the best natural gas prices in Augusta

  2. Pick the type of plan.

    Pick from Fixed Rate or Introductory Variable Rate. (We recommend only selecting a fixed rate plan.) You can also get added extras like a Nest thermostat or home security camera.

  3. Compare the rate per therm.

    The rate per therm is the charge for each unit of natural gas you use. But you need to look at more than the price of natural gas.

  4. Compare the monthly Customer Service Charge.

    Here’s something to look out for. Many gas companies have a monthly service charge in addition to the price per unit of gas. So if you don’t use a lot of gas, you may want to go with one that has the lowest monthly customer service charge

  5. Compare the early termination penalty.

    Since you are shopping for a fixed rate natural gas plan, you may have to pay an early termination fee if you cancel your gas plan before the end of the contract. These fees are usually low. But look for the cheapest exit fee.

  6. Select Your Plan and Enroll.

    Pick the natural gas price and plan that gives you the best price for natural gas, and the lowest customer service charge. When you enroll, you will select either “Move in” (if you are starting service in a new home) or “Switch” (if you are switching to a new gas supplier at the end of your contract.)

How long does it take to switch my natural gas supplier in Augusta Georgia? Once you switch to a new natural gas supplier in Georgia, your new rate will take effect on your next billing cycle. If it’s after the 19th of the month, it may take up to 45 days for your switch to be completed. If you are moving in to a new home, just pick the date you need service. You can schedule your service to start on any available date.


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What are people saying about gas stations services in Augusta, GA? This is a review for a gas stations business in Augusta, GA: "I love Sam's Club – everything you need in one place and fair prices. This place looks like all of the other sam's locations I've ever visited. Pretty clean but very busy. My only complaint is that there are not enough cashiers and the self help registers always act up so you end up having to wait until someone can assist. Besides that I enjoy coming here to restock and buy in bulk. Great place!" See more reviews for this business.


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