Those looking for an Alagasco customer service number may be looking for a long time. Alagasco does not exist anymore. Instead, look for contact information for Spire Energy. Spire Energy, previously known as the Laclede Group, has a beneficial website. So if you smell gas or are moving and need to switch gas service over to your name, read on to find the best way to contact a customer care rep.
Alagasco’s Customer Service Number
Most interaction between Alagasco and the customer seems to be via their website’s contact forms. If you search for your specific location, you may be able to find an actual phone number to use. If you do not have a particular location in mind, and you need to contact the company, you will need to call the corporate office in St. Louis. Their number is 314-312-0500.
The human resource numbers are specific to the state in which you work. For Missouri, call 800-367-5690, and for Alabama, call 205-326-8476.
The Alagasco media line is 314-342-3300. This number is available 24 hours a day, and seven days a week.
Alagasco’s Email/Contact Form
Those interested in careers through Alagasco (or Spire) can contact human resources at email@example.com. Otherwise, you will need to fill out a contact form to have email communication with an employee.
Click the following link to find the Alagasco contact form: https://www.spireenergy.com/write-us. Customers can write up to 500 characters about billing, payments, registration to the website, service orders, service availability, appliance repair or installation, converting to natural gas, rebates, financing, Dollar Help or other.
Alagasco Mailing Address
The bill payment address is available on the company’s website and is dependent upon where you receive the service. Otherwise, other mail can be directed to:
700 Market Street
St. Louis, MO 63101
Alagasco Live Chat
Alagasco or Spire does not offer a live chat service on their website. Instead, type in your location and receive contact information specific to your region.
Alagasco Support Website
The Alagasco support website is straightforward to use if you have a location within their service area. Customers can pay their bill, turn their service on or off, view their usage, or contact customer service representatives. This can be one with one touch of a link. https://www.spireenergy.com.
Spire also provides very clear instructions and answers to the most common questions – especially questions regarding the change from Alagasco to Spire. Customers can find out if the bill payment address is still the same and whether or not they need to re-enroll for automatic bill payment.
Alagasco’s Social Media Accounts
Alagasco (or Spire) has several social media accounts. Besides providing fun content and information on their over 3,000 employees, subscribers can learn safety information about working with natural gas. Read on to discover which accounts can be used to communicate with customer service reps.
Alagasco’s Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/spireenergy.
Send a message to customer service reps via Facebook. You should receive an answer within a couple of hours. Besides providing a place customers can send messages to, the Facebook page also includes fun, distracting content like videos of cute kittens and recipes for chocolate chip cookies.
Alagasco’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/spire_energy
Tweet or message Alagasco (or Spire) through Twitter.
Alagasco’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/spireenergy/
Learn more about the company through LinkedIn.
Alagasco’s Google+: Alagasco or Spire do not have a presence on Google+.
Alagasco’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/spireenergy/. Of course, everyone should follow their energy company on Instagram.
Alagasco was headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama and its history dated back 150 years. In 2014, it was sold to St. Louis’ Spire Energy. Spire works to bring 1.7 million customers energy across Missouri, Mississippi, and Alabama.
Spire has over 3,300 employees working to bring natural gas to their customers.
Spire was previously known as the Laclede Group. The Laclede Group first listed its stock on the NYSE in 1889. Executives from the company rang the closing bell in 2009 to celebrate their 120th anniversary of trading on the stock exchange. At the time, they were the eighth oldest listed stock.