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If you are receiving phone calls from us, the Federal regulation requires that we measure the public awareness of safety and natural gas. We as a company want to make sure we are doing everything we can to insure your safety. You will be receiving a phone call if you are a natural gas customer, or even live near a gas line. This is an automated phone call that is a 2 minute survey to make sure you are aware if there is a gas leak and what you should do.
You can go to the website of the American Public Gas Association at www.apga. org to see a description of this initiative. It is called the APGA GOAL Program.
GOAL stands for Gas Overall Awareness Level. It measures the effectiveness of a participating utility’s efforts to educate customers and non-customers living near gas lines about gas safety. Such effectiveness assessments are required by pipeline safety regulations.
Or you can go the website of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Office of Pipeline Safety at http://primis.phmsa.dot.gov/comm/PublicAwareness .There is information on the Public Awareness Regulation for you to review.

Contact

100 S. Weston Street
Ft. Inn, SC 29644

Ph# 864-862-0042
Fax# 864-862-7334 or 864-409-3010

After Hours or Gas Emergency call: 864-862-4461.

Email: fing.custserv@fountaininn.org


Hours

Our normal hours of operation are:


Monday-Thursday 8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.

Friday 8:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.


A drive-thru window and night deposit are provided for your convenience.
 

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Residential Rates

FEB 2017

.884 per therm

Gas Tips

Know the 3 S's of a Gas Leak?

  • Sound - Hissing noise near meter or gas line.
  • Smell - Smell of rotten eggs.
  • Sight - Blowing grass or leaves near meter

If you suspect a leak, leave the premises immediately and call 864-862-0042 during normal business hours or 864-862-4461 after hours (emergency).



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