Delta Liquid Energy Phone Numbers and Emails

Customer Service:

  • (661) 323-2700
    Bakersfield, CA
  • (559) 592-9681
    Farmersville, CA
  • (760) 379-2050
    Lake Isabella, CA
  • (661) 940-3120
    Lancaster, CA
  • (702) 333-2502
    Las Vegas, NV
  • (805) 925-6050
    Santa Maria, CA
  • (805) 525-3311
    Santa Paula, CA
  • (661) 771-0101
    Tehachapi, CA

Headquarters:

  • (805) 239-0616

Delta Liquid Energy Emails:

Customer Service
Antelope Valley, Kern County – Bakersfield, Kern County – Lake Isabella, Kern County – Tehachapi, Las Vegas and Clark County, Northern San Luis Obispo County, Santa Barbara County and Southern San Luis Obispo County, Southern Santa Barbara County and Ventura County, Tulare County
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Delta Liquid Energy Contact Information

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Corporate Office Address:

Delta Liquid Energy
1960 Ramada Drive
Paso Robles, California 93446
United States

Other Info (opening hours):

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 3068

Paso Robles, CA 93447


Othre Location:

755 Blosser Road

Santa Maria, CA 93458

P.O. Box 5230

Santa Maria, CA 93456

Fax: +1 (805) 925 5298


1620 Lemonwood Drive

Santa Paula, CA 93060

Fax: +1 (805) 525 4442


42165 North Sierra Hwy.

Lancaster, CA 93535

P.O. Box 2470

Lancaster, CA 93539-2470

Fax: +1 (661) 942 4740


321 E Noble Ave.

Building A

Farmersville, CA 93223

P.O. Box 245

Farmersville, CA 93223

Fax: +1 (559) 592 9651


3400 Buck Owens Blvd.

Bakersfield, CA 93308

P.O. Box 88

Bakersfield, CA 93302

Fax: +1 (661) 323 3323


5100 Lake Isabella Blvd.

Lake Isabella, CA 93240

P.O. Box 903

Lake Isabella, CA 93240

Fax: +1 (760) 379 2782


1582 Goodrick Drive Unit 6B

Tehachapi, CA 93561

PO Box 1826

Tehachapi, CA 93581

Fax: +1 (661) 771 0105


13995 Grand Valley Parkway

North Las Vegas, NV 89165

P.O. Box 753697

Las Vegas, NV 89136

Fax: +1 (702) 333 2504

Fax:

+1 (805) 239 1327
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How to contact Delta Liquid Energy

Customers reach out to utility companies for customer support about various issues including:
- Account setup and account information
- Reconnection procedures and delays
- Billing and payment issues
- Cancellation and change of service provider
- Service transfer issues and change of address
- Emergency issues
- Utility outage
- Delivery issues

Below is a look at the necessary information and documents required when calling utility companies about the various issues.

Account number queries, sign up, and disconnection queries

Usually, when calling to set up an account with a utility company you will need to provide the following:
- identification documents e.g. ID, Driver’s License, or Social security number;
- your physical address e.g recent bill;
- start date;
- mailing address through which your billing invoice will be sent;
- contact information including phone number and email address.

Similar requirements apply for reconnection or disconnection, though some companies also require a deposit or a disconnection fee from you. To get your account number, you will need to provide:
- your name;
- zip code;
- social security number.

If the utility company has an app or website where you set up an account, you will be required to provide the following information during the sign up process:
- phone number;
- email address;
- zip code;
- physical and mailing address;
- utility account number (if already issued);
- first and last name.

For account number queries, call customer service with your:
- zip code;
- address;
- full name.

Supply issues or outages

When calling utility companies to report or check on the status of an outage, you will be asked for:
- account number;
- zip code;
- address;
- personal identification information such as the last 4 digits of your social security number, first name, and last name.

Billing and payment issues

The most common complaints to utility companies regarding billing and payments include
being overcharged or being billed but the amount does not reflect on the company’s records resulting in a disconnection.

When calling customer service for either scenario, you need the following:
- billing invoice for the particular period;
- bank statement or receipt showing the overcharged amount or the amount you paid.

In the case of an overcharge or double charge, the company may initiate a refund to your payment method. Otherwise, contact your card issuer or payment method provider to seek a chargeback. You will be required to provide:
- proof of transaction e.g bank statement;
- a copy of the invoice for the particular period.

Emergency issues

You may call your utility company for emergency technical issues such as outage. However, for emergencies that may be life-threatening, call 911 to have the issue resolved immediately and then notify the utility company. In both cases, you will be asked to describe in detail what is happening and to provide your location.

Since there may be differences in the customer service procedures and document requirements from one utility company to another, you must review the particular company’s help center for any specific requirements. Or, you could contact customer support to find out the documents and information you need to provide to facilitate the resolution of a given issue.

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