Do you find yourself counting sheep as you fall asleep?
Great! But not good enough.
When you count those sheep, do you also record their size, shape and fluffiness of wool to determine what the future of the flock may look like?
You've almost got it.
Do you then present that data to the shepherd in your dream, so he can make the best decisions regarding your future slumber?
Perfect! LaGrange County REMC has just the job for you. Click here to find out more!
At the speed of light
It’s customary that we announce news about the co-op to our members before it becomes public knowledge, but recently, certain opportunities with tight deadlines made that impossible. As you’ve probably learned by now, LaGrange County REMC has applied for $5 million in LaGrange County Major Moves funding to launch broadband internet services to our members…. Continue reading.
Bill paying made easy!
Planning for the new year? Think about how you pay your electric bills.
Advancements in technology allow LaGrange County REMC to continually provide you, our members, with more opportunities to customize your electricity to your lifestyle.
With 2021 just around the corner, keep these options in mind: Continue reading.
Taylor earns certification
Congratulations to LaGrange County REMC Energy Advisor Jake Taylor for renewing his certification from the Building Performance Institute!
Being a BPI-certified Professional means Taylor is at the top of his field with a wide breadth of knowledge in energy efficiency and comfort for homes and businesses, meaning he can solve members’ trickiest problems. Continue reading.
Stay safe when holiday cooking or baking
If you’re planning to cook feasts or create treats this holiday season, follow these basic safety tips: Test Smoke Detectors — Make sure they’re working properly. Watch Your Sleeves — This is not a good time for loose sleeves. Put A Lid On It — Have lids handy in case of a grease fire. Old… Continue reading.
Ask the energy advisor
What's your hurry?
Many of us enjoy the satisfaction of standing over the air supply register when the furnace kicks in, warming our cold toes first thing in the morning.
Unfortunately, that usually means that you have a single-stage furnace that only discharges air at one rate. That also means that you have one of the least efficient distribution systems for delivering your warmed air. Continue reading.
Dreibelbis named 2020 Tom Taylor Award recipient
After nearly 30 years in the electric cooperative industry, Kevin Dreibelbis is not easily surprised. That changed in September when he earned the 2020 Tom Taylor Award from Indiana Electric Cooperatives — a shock he didn’t at all see coming but was thankful to receive. “Receiving an award such as this from Indiana Electric Cooperatives,… Continue reading.
Interested in 4-H? Let us cover the cost
The first 200 youth who enroll in LaGrange County 4-H for 2021, and whose families are LaGrange County REMC members, will have their 4-H program fee reimbursed by us. When you enroll your child and pay the $15 program fee, contact the Purdue Extension office to ask for a credit voucher, which you can then… Continue reading.
People updating their homes and replacing outdated HVAC systems are more frequently considering mini split heat pumps. This newer technology provides more flexibility and energy efficiency compared to many other options. Our Power Moves team has received four times as many mini and multi split system rebates this year compared to this time in 2019…. Continue reading.