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Transfer Services Form

Form Instructions

Please fill out the form below if you have natural gas service and need to transfer to a different property. If you do not currently have natural gas service and want to begin service at a new address, fill out our Start Service Form instead. If you need a new service line installed at your property, please fill out our Single Meter Service Request Form.

Step 1: Where and when would you like to stop service?


Step 2: Where and when do you want to start service?


Please note: It may take up to 48 hours to process your request. Same day requests are not available, and we are not able to honor requests made for past service dates.

If the gas meter is already on, select “None” under entrance instruction. If you are not sure whether the gas is on or off, please select the appropriate entrance instruction so we can access all gas appliances and turn on your service.

Entrance Instructions:

Step 3: Who will be responsible for paying the natural gas service at the address indicated above?

Primary Person responsible for payment:
Secondary Person responsible for payment:

Step 4: Where would you like the bill mailed (if different from the address in Step 2)?

eBill is a convenient and secure billing option that does not require you to log in with a username and password to view your bill. You’ll use a “shared secret,” such as your ZIP code, to authenticate. Each month, you’ll receive an email with a PDF attachment of your bill which you can pay from directly. Applicable fees apply.

eBill Paperless Billing
Is your billing address the same as your service address?

Customer Privacy Policy

Nicor Gas is committed to protecting your privacy. We use socket layering (SSL) to encrypt your personal information and only retain information for auto-pay. We do not retain financial information for one-time payments without your permission.

Consumer protection laws protect you against the unauthorized use of your credit card. Under federal law, if someone steals your credit card or your credit card number, your liability is limited to fifty dollars ($50) regardless of the amount the perpetrator charges to your account.