Utilities for Carmel, Indiana

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Confused about how to switch utilities to your new home in Carmel, Indiana? Fortunately, utility companies in the area know how to make your new move seamless, with an array of customer service and online payment services.

Carmel may be a suburb of Indianapolis, Indiana, but it is a bustling city of nearly 100,000 in its own right, with a strong city government. Because of this, you’ll find the infrastructure of Carmel to be almost beyond compare, with excellent roads and meticulous attention to detail. That’s apparent as soon as you visit the city’s website, which has terrific resources that can help you make the moving transition with your utilities. For instance, the city of Carmel website has a extensive section about its utilities, including a section which allows you to sign up to pay your water, sewer and trash/recycling bill via credit card, or text.

With all the tasks that come with organizing your move, it’s easy to let your utility sign ups wait until the last minute.  But to ensure you have the service you need on the day you need it, it is best to call your utilities as soon as you know your move date, even if this is a month in advance. This will give them time to properly notify the billing department and get your shut off day scheduled in the system.

It’s a good idea, if possible, to get your power transferred over to your name as soon as you take possession of the keys to your new house. In Carmel, Duke Energy is the electric provider and Indiana Gas Company provides natural gas, if your home has gas heat. In addition to calling these companies, contact the owner of the home you may be purchasing to ensure everyone understands who is paying for what, and for how long. This is especially important in the wintertime! Nothing kills that “new house” excitement like busted pipes!

Most people in the Carmel city limits get their water through the Carmel City Water system. However, those closer to the border with Indianapolis – around the 96th street area – are often on the Indianapolis Water system. Your real estate agent should be able to confirm which system is linked to your area.

Trash collection is once a week in Carmel, and your pickup day will vary based on your address. Recycling services cost approximately $9 a month, and are conveniently offered on the same day as your trash pickup, every other week. For information about what areas of town are assigned “A” or “B” week pickup, visit the Carmel city trash collection map on their website.

When it comes to phone and cable, the Internet is a good place to start to find competitive product and service information about what is available in your area. We’ve provided links below to the services that are available in Carmel. High speed Internet access is easy to find, as well as strong national cellular service/data, and satellite television. While Brighthouse covers the entire Carmel area, it is important to note that AT&T does not cover all parts of the city.  Ask first for confirmation, before you book an appointment for installation with this service.

Use the links below to find the best utilities in Carmel, Indiana including: Electric Companies, Water, Sewer, & Garbage Services, Natural Gas Companies, and Service Providers.

Electric Companies

Water, Sewer & Garbage Services

Natural Gas Companies

Service Providers