October 2014 Easy and affordable natural gas logs or wall heaters insure warmth in the case of a power outage. Be prepared and install a set of natural gas logs or a wall heater. These natural gas appliances provide your home with a source of supplemental heat. It can also help minimize other loss or damage that may occur from freezing (like frozen pipes). Currently ORUD is running specials on: 18” natural gas log set $199 24” natural gas log set $209 30K BTU blue flame wall heater $239 (no venting required on items listed above, prices while supplies last) ORUD offers up to 24 months @ 0% interest financing for qualified ORUD customers. Just add the low payments to your utility bill! Take advantage of this offer before winter hits. Call or stop by ORUD. Oak Ridge Utility District 120 S. Jefferson Circle, Oak Ridge, TN. (865) 483-1377—Open M-F / 8 am to 5 pm Got questions? Email us: [email protected] Call (865) 483-1377 for a free consultation. Some restrictions may apply-product installations must meet federal code requirements. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. Project Safe I would like to help my neighbors in need by ORUD customers who face immediate energy related crises and who meet Project Safe qualifications are eligible. Such as: An elderly couple trying to live on a small, fixed income. A seriously ill or handicapped person without adequate medical insurance who has no money left for utilities. A single parent with young children or a family hit by unemployment. donating $ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ t o Project Safe. How can you help? Project Safe is for emergency situations only. It is not an on-going source of supplemental assistance. If you are in need of emergency assistance and live in Anderson or Roane County… Please contact ADFAC at (865) 483-6028 Make a pledge of $1, $5, $10 or more per month which ORUD will add to your monthly gas bill. Your contribution is tax deductible as are other charitable gifts within the guidelines of your own tax situation. You may cancel your pledge at any time with a phone call to ORUD. My check is enclosed. I would like to help my neighbors in need by donating $ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ each month for Project Safe. Please add it to my monthly bill. Name: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Account #: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Address: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ORUD Thanks You For Helping Others! Please return this slip with your bill to ORUD. Need Appliances? Shop at ORUD 0% Financing Available (with approved Credit) We sell: Safety First Natural gas is completely safe when it's used the right way. The dangers occur when it leaks out of pipes or doesn't combust properly. If you notice an odor of natural gas (like that of rotten eggs) in your home, apartment or outside your building at any time of the day or night, call 1-888-483-1377 or 911 ORUD has 24 hour emergency service 7 days a week. If you smell a gas odor, please call ORUD immediately. (865) 483-1377 Call 811 before you dig. There are many buried utilities including pipelines that can be damaged. Please do not guess what’s below ground. Call 811, it’s the law. Natural gas pipelines are very safe. In fact, the U.S. Department of Transportation records show that pipelines consistently have the highest safety record among all major transportation systems. These pipelines quietly, reliably and efficiently deliver natural gas throughout the country for domestic and industrial use. Natural gas pipelines are among the safest methods of transporting energy. If you are among the many people who live or work near a natural gas pipeline, we need your cooperation to help ensure the safety of our pipeline system, and your neighborhood. Gas Safety Tips: Keep all gas appliances clean and properly vented. Never cover fresh air vents that supply air to your appliances. Do not store any flammable materials in or near the gas appliances. Never use your oven or stove top to heat or dry your clothes. Keep the area around your furnace and water heater clear. If the odor of rotten eggs is strong or comes on suddenly, get everyone out of the house immediately. Call ORUD or 911 from a neighbor's phone right away. If you have older gas appliances, take a moment to check the connectors that link the appliance to the gas line. One quick way to tell if a gas appliance is working right is the color of the flame. A properly burning flame is completely blue.
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