5181 College Corner Pike
Oxford, OH 45056
Toll Free : 800-352-2844
News & Notices
To start service:
You must sign up for service either in our office during regular business hours or over the phone, as long as you can pay any applicable fees with a credit/debit card. A security deposit is required to establish credit. You may avoid paying a deposit by providing documentation demonstrating satisfactory credit or furnishing a credit worthy guarantor. If you are a property owner, we may waive the deposit.
There is a $50.00 connection fee to turn on any meter that is currently turned off. If the meter has been off for more than 30 days, a house line pressure test will also be required before we can turn on your service. The cost of the pressure test is $80.00. If the service is off you also may need to have your pilot lights lit. If you would like us to light the pilots, we charge a $25.00 fee and will schedule a 2 hour window for your appointment.
Moving??? Don't forget to cancel your service!
To cancel your service, you will need to contact the office by phone or in person. We will need to know the date you would like service cancelled, a forwarding address and the name of the property owner if you are renting.
Enroll in Auto Pay Today!
You can schedule your payments to automatically come out of your checking or savings account by completing the following form and returning it to our office with a voided check.
Glenwood Energy endeavors to provide the highest levels of safety and dependability, while fostering a culture of open and direct communication and teamwork. We have a common purpose in a work environment which promotes ethical and social awareness through the policies and actions of the management and associates of Glenwood Energy of Oxford.
Call Before You Dig
Ohio Utilities Protection Service
Dial 811 or (800) 362-2764
January 1 - New Year
May 27 - Memorial Day
July 4 - Independence Day
September 2 - Labor Day
November 28-29 - Thanksgiving
December 24-25 - Christmas
Our office will be closed on the following days in 2019.
How to Read Your Meter
The easiest way to ensure that your usage is correct is to read your meter and compare it to the reading on your bill. This can help you keep consumption down and not be so surprised when receiving large winter bills. Click the link for an explanation of how to read your meter.