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8 Tips to Prepare for Flooding

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March is flood safety awareness month. As summer storms creep up and rain becomes more frequent, Kissimmee Utility Authority has gathered this helpful information on how to prepare for a flood. Read through these eight tips and know the signs in case of an emergency: Know types of flood risk in your area. Visit FEMA’s… Read more »

Go Green This St. Patrick’s Day With e-Billing

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If you’re looking to live more sustainably and go green this year, St. Patrick ’s Day is the perfect opportunity to do so. Go green by switching to eBill, a convenient and environmentally-friendly way to receive, review and pay your monthly utility bill from any desktop, tablet or phone. If one household switches from paper… Read more »

Spring Forward With These 5 Conservation Tips

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It’s almost time for Daylight Saving where we “spring forward” and set our clocks ahead one hour. As the warmer weather settles in, consider these 5 conservation tips to prepare you for summer: Make Your Windows Sparkle: Spring cleaning is a good time to think about washing your windows inside and out, which will maximize the… Read more »

5 Freezer Tips for National Frozen Food Month

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March is National Frozen food month. KUA offers these 5 tips to maintain freezer efficiency when stocking up on your favorite foods: Pack your freezer full of stuff. When your freezer is packed, it keeps the cold air in. That means your freezer works less and uses less electricity. Keep the doors closed. Every time… Read more »

Spring Into Gardening With These 5 Electrical Safety Tips

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With the warmer weather settling in and spring approaching, you may begin to freshen up your yards with new plants and trees. Before gardening this season, consider these five electrical safety tips: Before digging, it’s important to be sure there isn’t a risk of any underground lines. To verify, call 8-1-1 before you start to… Read more »