Frequently Asked Questions
- How does
- Why does
HomeConnect require my personal information and is it
- Why should I
- Who is
- How long does
it take to connect my utilities?
- How much does
HomeConnect has contracted with homebuilders and
Realtors to provide a service which allows a new homeowner to
connect their utilities, telephone, Cable/Video and Internet
services with just one call or visit to http://www.homeconnect.info/.
The service is free to homeowners as most
service providers are willing to pay a small fee to be listed on the
site. We provide you with the choices available in your area for
electric, natural gas, cable/video, telephone, long distance and
Internet services. Once you have made your selection, we coordinate
the installation with your chosen providers to ensure that all of
your services are active on the day you move in. It's that
Most service providers will require a minimal
amount of information about you, the customer, in order to turn on
or transfer service. Typically we will require your social
security number, drivers license number in some states and your
previous address. This information is secure and we NEVER sell or
use your personal information for any purpose other than to work on
your behalf to connect your utilities.
Your builder or Realtor has contracted with
HomeConnect to work with you to efficiently and effortlessly connect
all of your utilities. The service is free and is designed to allow
you to spend your time doing more important things than make calls
to service providers
HomeConnect is an affiliate of Greyfox Services,
a premier provider of structured wiring products and services. The
company, founded in 2003 provides one-stop shopping to new home
buyers for all utility, entertainment, communication and Internet
services. The company was founded on the belief that new homebuyers
face a myriad of choices with little or no guidance in choosing
service providers. HomeConnect will provide consumers with a tool
for intelligently selecting service providers including electric and
gas (where deregulated), video/entertainment, local telephone
services, long distance telephone services and Internet service.
We recommend that you allow a minimum of 15 days
for connection. If you are building a new house, there may be
some construction required to connect your house to the utility,
telephone or cable lines.
The service is free to the homeowner.
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