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On June 10, CoServ launched a new number that Members can use to report power outages, check the status of an outage and get notifications for when power will be restored.
North Texas received more than 7 inches of rain in May, leading to cooler temperatures and, likely, less energy consumption for CoServ Members.
We all want to be comfortable during the hot months, right? But if you have energy usage anxiety (sometimes known as energy bill anxiety), we can help!
In reality, builders typically offer the same floorplan in multiple communities so it’s the HOA offerings that help neighborhoods compete with each other.
Swimming pools are great for relaxing, exercising and staying cool during those sizzling hot Texas summers. If the pool is in your own backyard, you might also notice that it consumes a lot of electricity and natural gas, too. As your trusted energy advisor, CoServ is here to provide some tips so your pool runs as efficiently as possible.
CoServ Customer Care Specialist Connie Schmitz talks about the variety of calls she gets from CoServ Members.
Memorial Day is an interesting holiday because most corporate offices are closed, including CoServ. But it’s easy to forget why many workers get the day off.
With average temperatures in the mid-60s, CoServ Members should expect April energy consumption to be about the same or less than last April.
Sometimes, kids just need to be kids, which means getting muddy, canoeing on the lake and ziplining through the trees on a beautiful summer day. Weekly YMCA summer camps are back at Collin County Adventure Camp and Camp on the Lake.
When the lights "blink" at your home or business, what's happening behind the scenes?