Charlie: “Cynthia lives in The Heights and she asks, “We have multiple properties,” and she also, “Is it possible to combine utilities such as electricity into one account?”
Tom: “I don’t think so. Of course, it’s always worth asking whoever is supplying your electricity. If it’s CenterPoint, of course they’d be the people to call, but usually each address has to have its own electrical service, from what I know.
Charlie: “CenterPoint wouldn’t be the billing entity. CenterPoint’s just the delivery.
Tom: “I know, but they’re the ones that set the addresses and read the meters.
Tom: “They’re the ones that do all the work. The other guys just take the money. It’s not like the old days. It’s totally reversed now.
Charlie: “Everybody’s just a marketing company now.
Tom: “But they’re the people that take care of the gas meters, the electric meters, anything but the water meters, and that of course would come from your water district, if it’s the city, or mud district, or whatever the case may be, but-
Charlie: “The water Nazis.
Tom: “Ask some questions, but I don’t think you’re going to be successful with it.