With extremely low temperatures and high winds plaguing the Delmarva Peninsula for the next several days, Chesapeake Utilities and Sandpiper Energy crews are on standby to ensure safe, reliable service and to assist any customer who is experiencing a natural gas issue, should one occur. Chesapeake Utilities and Sandpiper Energy encourage customers to consider saving money using conservation techniques. During extreme weather, there are a few measures customers can take to save money and keep their homes safe:
Please read an important message regarding storm and restoration safety from Shane Breakie, Vice President, Chesapeake Utilities: https://www.chpk.com/stormupdates
After the Storm
In the interest of your safety and the safety of our employees, we are closing our walk-in offices until further notice.
To assist our customers during this difficult time, and potential financial hardship, extended payment arrangements are available, and we have suspended service disconnection and late fees until further notice.
We are monitoring and responding to the Coronavirus Pandemic. Visit SandpiperEnergyresponds.com for alternate bill pay options, and important updates.
We are prepared and will continue our commitment to providing safe, reliable energy.