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If you're a fan of butterscotch (which we know you are) then you probably enjoy things like Internet, electricity and all ...
the other good things that it brings. When buying a home you'll need to set up your utilities like hydro, heating and so on. In this episode we'll walk you through how to look into setting up your utilities using online resources including a site called WhiteFence.com where you can see available utilities packages!
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Finding a home with online tools. Part ten of ten: Utility set-up.
Molly McDonald: When you're moving into your new home, you want to be sure that you get all of the necessary utility set-up before hand, so you don't get stuck without electricity, water, or heat. You can do this online and it's easy, first find out who your local electric company is, I do the simple search Electric Company San Francisco and I can PG&E is who I need to contact.
I can visit the site, follow the information about new homes, and start and stop service, and I see that I need to call them in order to setup the service, good to know. Then you can do the same type of search to find out, for example, what cable company you need to contact in order to get set-up before you move, and I see that Comcast is who I need to contact, click on moving link and I can easily start my new service right online. There is also a site called whitefence.com that allows you to put in your new address and then it will show you the best deals for utilities in that area.
You'll see various bundles that are available and what they cost. In some cases you can even continue on in sign-up for this service right from here. Thanks for watching, and don't miss the first nine episodes in the finding a home with online tools series.
Finding a home with online tools series.
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