The answer to your question, "How do I view my Piedmont Natural Gas bill?" can be found in this article. It is always a good idea to check the bills that you pay since you never really know what you are paying for until you do. Many times people paid their bills for years, then finally viewed the bill, and found things on there that they didn't even use.
To view your Piedmont Natural Gas bill go to their website and click on "Billing and Payment", scroll down to the middle of the page and you will find "View my Bill". Click on it to view your gas bills for the past year after logging into your account. If you don't already have an online account, you can register for one, it only takes a few minutes, but once registered, you will be able to use many of their online services, such as:
• View up to a year of usage history
• Set up paperless billing
• Set up an automatic bank draft
• View your bills from anywhere
• Pay your bill online
• And more
If you should encounter any problems viewing your Piedmont Natural Gas bill online, contact a customer support specialist by clicking here.
Starting with the top left side of the bill is the message center where you can view the latest messages from Piedmont Gas. To the right of the message center, you will find customer information, this will contain your account information, such as your account number, payment due date, service address, and rate schedule. Your Natural Gas usage history is located directly under the message center. It contains the last 13 months of gas usage for your premise along with some energy saving tips. Just to the right of that, is your account summary where you can view your current and previous bill amounts as well as past due balance, payments received, equal payment plan (EPP), and other charges. Right below your account summary is your warranty/Merchandise information that will display your monthly charges for any financed merchandise you have with Piedmont and your contract number. You will find your EPP status below with your current EPP balance; if you are enrolled in EPP, otherwise it will be blank. This also goes for the Share the Warmth program underneath it, if you are enrolled in the program, you can view your contributions for this billing period. Across the bottom of your bill, is your current reading that contains your meter number, service period, the date of your last meter reading, and your current and previous readings as well. Finally, the remittance slip is at the very bottom, which is the part that you are supposed to return with your payment. If you are a bank draft customer, then the date of your account draft will be displayed. If you should find any errors on your bills or something, you don't understand click here to contact a customer support agent.
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