Alcoa Electric rates are steady and never fluctuate from one season to another. Year in and year out, electric power remains a cost effective way to heat and cool your home, heat your water, provide lighting and power appliances.
Reasons for a High Bill
There are three main reasons why your bill might be higher than you expect it to be.
Changes in the weather during the winter and summer months can have a tremendous impact on your electric bill. You can also learn more online about How Weather Affects Your Bill.
Problems with your central heat and air system can make your bill go up. Problems with your water heater, such as water leaks, or the element burning out can cause the water heater to have to work more often. Other problems such as faulty or disconnected ductwork can lead to heat loss, resulting in higher bills.
Changes in your lifestyle can increase the amount of your electric bill. The addition of energy consuming items, the addition of people to your home, or the addition of new floor space can cause your bill to go up.
High Bill Inquiry
Alcoa Electric can work with you to determine if any of these reasons have had an impact on your electric bill. You can make a high bill inquiry now by calling an Alcoa Electric customer service representative at 865-380-4700.
You can also use Alcoa Electric’s Free Energy Audit to understand how high you should expect your average bill to be, as well as find important energy saving information that could help you keep your bills lower in the future.