Plugged In: Can I Be Notified?
January 4, 2023
Q: Can I be notified when my power is turned back on?
A: Yes, Walton EMC will call you when your power is restored to your home or business. You must request a call at the time an outage is reported, either online or by telephone.
Electronic reports are the fastest way to report an outage. You can use our website or mobile app to complete a report form, which includes opting to be notified by phone call when service is restored. To report via mobile app or online, you’ll need one of these identifiers: (1) phone number on file with Walton EMC; (2) your account number; or (3) your meter number.
You can also report an outage by calling 770-267-2505. Follow the voice prompt to report the outage and provide a phone number where you can be reached. To report via phone, you’ll need the phone number on file with Walton EMC.
2023 Power Moves
Setting goals for the new year? Make Walton EMC a part of your 2023 to-do list. Your co-op offers plenty of opportunities for making power moves that can benefit you, and the community, all year long. Simplify your billing. If the peaks of winter and summer electric bills are tough on your budget, sign up for Levelized Billing. It allows […]
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Applications Open for Washington Youth Tour
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Plug Into Advanced Power Strips
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