Utility Company Company Customer Service Info & Assistance

If you want to live with any of the comforts of home: power, water, phone, cable TV or Internet, then you’re going to be dealing with a variety of utility companies. There are several different reasons you may need to contact customer service for any utility you use in your home. If you need to start/stop service, or make changes to your service package (to increase services or decrease services as your needs dictate), or report a problem with any of the services, you will need to talk to someone at customer service. If you have any leased equipment that becomes damaged or malfunctions, you will have to call to have the equipment replaced. While many people dread having to make calls to customer service for a variety of reasons, the staff here at Contact Customer Service Now knows and understands your frustration.

As a result, we have compiled a list of the major utility companies providing services across the United States. Each company has a page, where we have listed all their customer service telephone numbers, mailing and physical addresses (when possible), and their customer service email addresses. Some companies also offer online chat with a customer service agent during certain hours, so you don’t have to call, and many point customers to online resources to help solve their issues without speaking to an agent. We recommend only calling to speak with a customer service agent if your issue cannot be solved via online chat or with the online frequently asked questions section. Beyond our contact information, we have also taken the time to contact each company and record our customer service experience to help you see what you can expect before you make the call. We invite you to share your customer service experience with our readers, as well.

Contact AEP Customer Service

Contact Alabama Power Customer Service

Contact Allegheny Power Customer Service

Contact Ambit Energy Customer Service

Contact APS Customer Service

Contact Atmos Energy Customer Service

Contact BP Customer Service

Contact British Gas Customer Service

Contact CenterPoint Energy Customer Service

Contact Columbia Utilities Customer Service

Contact ComEd Customer Service

Contact Con Edison Customer Service

Contact ConocoPhillips Customer Service

Contact Country Energy Customer Service

Contact Direct Energy Customer Service

Contact Dominion Power Customer Service

Contact DTE Energy Customer Service

Contact Duke Energy Customer Service

Contact E.On Customer Service

Contact Endeavour Energy Customer Service

Contact Entergy Customer Service

Contact First Energy Customer Service

Contact FPL Customer Service

Contact Freeborn Mower Coop Customer Service

Contact Georgia Power Customer Service

Contact Gulf Power Customer Service

Contact Jawbone Customer Service

Contact Jersey Central Power And Light Customer Service

Contact Just Energy Customer Service

Contact Kleenheat Gas Customer Service

Contact Melbourne Water Customer Service

Contact Mt Wheeler Power Customer Service

Contact National Grid Customer Service

Contact Nicor Customer Service

Contact NStar Customer Service

Contact OandR Customer Service

Contact OG&E Customer Service

Contact Ohio Edison Customer Service

Contact Oncor Customer Service

Contact PECO Customer Service

Contact PG&E Customer Service

Contact PPL Corporation Customer Service

Contact Price Electric Customer Service

Contact PSEG Customer Service

Contact QEnergy Customer Service

Contact QEP Resources Inc Customer Service

Contact Queensland Utilities Customer Service

Contact Reliant Customer Service

Contact RGE Customer Service

Contact Shell Customer Service

Contact South Jersey Gas Customer Service

Contact Sunwater Customer Service

Contact TXU Energy Customer Service

Contact Vectren Customer Service

Contact Washington Gas Customer Service

Contact Waste Management Customer Service

Contact Water Corporation Customer Service

Contact Western Massachusetts Electric Customer Service

Contact Xcel Customer Service