It is no secret that paying bills can be a tedious and time consuming task. Not only do you have to keep track of when payments are due and how much they are, but you have to actually make the payments. For those living in the Benton County Public Utility District (PUD) area, the process of bill payment is simplified with the Benton PUD Bill Pay. Benton PUD Bill Pay is an easy to use web-based system that allows customers to view and pay their bills quickly and conveniently. With Benton PUD Bill Pay, customers can access their account information 24/7 from any device with an internet connection, allowing for more flexibility and convenience than ever before. Customers can easily keep track of their bills, view statements, and make payments online, streamlining and simplifying the entire process. Moreover, customers are able to set up automatic payments, so they never have to worry about forgetting to make a payment on time. With Benton PUD Bill
To make a payment, you may use this official links below:
Ways to Pay
Pay your bill any time, any day by calling (509) 582-2175 in
Paying my bill
Benton PUD is a public utility that provides electrical power to customers
Change your bill due date
If the due date for your bill is not convenient for you, please let us know. We can change it.
You must choose a day of the month that is convenient for you to pay your bill and your account balance must be current in order to request a change to your bill due date. There is a yearly limit of one change to the bill due date. The date on which you must pay your bill may vary because of weekends and holidays.
Your billing period will be different when you receive your first bill following the change in the due date, which could result in the proration of some charges on your bill. This will only occur on the first bill.
Please log in to SmartHub or contact us at (509) 582-2175 to select your bill due date.
Learn more about why your usage has been so high
Our energy efficiency advisors can assist you in determining the reasons behind high bills if you have a high bill.
Enroll in SmartHub® or log in, then select Contact Us.
Find out more about what costs go into your bill
To comprehend the costs associated with their monthly bill, use our bill calculator.
How can I access an online view of my family’s daily electricity usage? Log in to SmartHub® for a personalized, private view of your electricity usage. You can compare usage by year, month, week or day. This will enable you to make simple lifestyle changes that can reduce your usage and your bill by better understanding how and when you use electricity.
Utility companies track how temperature affects customers’ bills using “degree days.” A “degree day” is the difference between the actual daily average temperature and 65 degrees Fahrenheit. Warmer than 65 degrees will cause “cooling” degree days. Days that are “heating” degrees will result from temperatures below 65. A degree day is defined as any degree above or below 65°. The day had 10 heating degree days, for instance, if the average temperature on April 1 was 55° degrees and you subtracted 55 from 65 to get 10. It provides a way to compare the months to determine how much colder or warmer each month was by adding the degree days for all of the days in a month. Customers will probably pay more in the months with more heating degree days (or cooling degree days).
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