Questar helps to pay for natural gas bills in a few states, including Utah, Idaho, and Wyoming. They help low income customers find programs that can save them money on their energy bills. Some of these programs provide emergency cash or grants for paying your Questar bills, and others help people save money on their energy bills in the long run.
Energy savings from Weatherization
Questar offers a free weatherization program in all the states and regions it serves. This program provides financial assistance to low-income households to help them reduce their energy consumption. This research focuses on families with children, the disabled, and senior citizens. Weatherization will help improve a home’s energy efficiency and help occupants save money, especially during extreme weather conditions. The weatherization program is a government initiative that provides funding to states in order to help low-income families make their homes more energy-efficient.
The Idaho food assistance program is administered by local Community Action Agencies. To be eligible for this benefit, applicants must meet certain income requirements. The income requirements for this program are the same as those for the LIHEAP program. For more information on weatherization, please call 208-852-1515.
Residents of Utah can also apply for a program that will help them pay for weatherization costs. Questar Gas Company provides low-income persons and families in this state with discounts on their gas and electric bills. Other things that can be done in order to make a home more energy efficient include getting a tune up for your heating unit, adding insulation, caulking, and even using energy efficient light bulbs. These updates will help people use less natural gas, which will save them money on their bills. The Weatherization program is a government-funded program that assists low-income households with energy-saving home improvements. Local community action agencies are responsible for accepting and processing applications for the program. Income requirements for the Utah Energy Assistance Program are similar to those of the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP). If you need help with heating or other community services, please contact your local agency.
Financial assistance and grants for Questar customers
The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) can help eligible Idahoans pay for home heating costs. This program provides financial assistance to low-income and working poor individuals to help cover the cost of their Questar utility and natural gas bills. The program is funded by the federal government. The program typically starts accepting applications around November and continues through March, or until the funding for the program runs out. To apply for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), please call 208-852-1515.
The Wyoming Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) provides eligible households with assistance to help pay heating and/or cooling costs. This program helps people who have low incomes, are poor, or work pay their bills. The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) provides assistance to low-income Questar customers with their gas bills and helps them weatherize their homes. There is not a lot of money available, and people can get help paying for energy by calling 800-246-4221 or going to a community action agency.
Wyoming families can apply for Energy Share to help pay for energy costs. This is funded by donations and contributions from businesses, Questar Gas customers, employees, local charities and shareholders.This company is funded by Questar Gas customers, businesses, employees, and shareholders donating and contributing money. Local charities also contribute to this company. This program provides financial assistance to people who are facing sudden hardship or crisis. Energy Share can help people with heating bills or who are about to have their power turned off. To apply for the federal government LIHEAP program, customers must have a past-due account with a shut-off notice. However, utility services must still be on and can’t be disconnected before applying. This program provides free lunch to children in need from December to May, or until the government funds and contributions are used up. To request an application or for more information about the program, contact the Salvation Army at (877) 461-5719 or Questar Gas.
There is a program in Utah called REACH that helps families. The cost of maintaining the utility is also covered by donations from shareholders, local residents, utility employees, and others. To be eligible for this program, applicants must be 65 years or older, and must have a disability or be handicapped. The program is available all year, including during summer and winter. This is a last-resort option for customers who have applied for financial assistance through the state’s H.E.A.T. program and/or LIHEAP. If you are interested in becoming a Red Cross volunteer, you can contact your local Red Cross office to request an application. If you live in Utah and need to contact the DMV, you can call one of the following numbers: Ogden 801-627-0000, Salt Lake City 801-323-7000, Provo 801-373-8580, St. George 435-674-4440, or dial 800-328-9272 in any other city or town.
Catholic Community Services can help customers of Questar Gas in Utah pay their gas bills. The customer’s utilities must be active, not disconnected, and the customer must have applied for other services, such as the HEAT program, before applying for this service. Catholic Community Services has a limited amount of money available to help people in need. They give aid to people on a first come, first serve basis. To schedule an appointment, please call 801-977-9119.
The Utah H.E.A.T resource is a program that helps low-income customers pay their utility bills. The program is funded by the federal government. To apply for this program, please call Questar or contact your local Department of Human Services or energy office.