Utility Audits In Washington

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Get Utility Refunds In Washington

Welcome to our utility auditing services, tailored specifically for Washington’s diverse economic landscape, from the bustling tech hub of Seattle to the agricultural regions of the Yakima Valley. In a state known for its environmental consciousness and innovative industries, managing utility costs effectively is crucial for sustainability and operational efficiency. Our team specializes in comprehensive audits across electricity, natural gas, water, telecommunications, and waste management services. We aim to identify inefficiencies, correct billing inaccuracies, and provide strategic recommendations to help our Washington clients optimize utility consumption, reduce costs, and enhance their environmental impact.

Your Dedicated Utility Bill Audit Business Experts

When you contact National Utilities Refund for a utility bill audit, our team of industry experts will evaluate your payments, analyze your services, and look for ways to remove errors, overcharges, and unnecessary charges. We will also obtain utility refunds on historical billing issues. Many utility companies have specific clauses and subsections that affect the final bill but that can be difficult to spot with the untrained eye.

Our team of experts will perform your audit off-site so that our services are non-intrusive. You won’t have to rearrange your schedule to accommodate our audits so you can stay focused on your daily responsibilities while we analyze your utility bills.

Electricity Bill Audits

Utility invoices and third-party power supplier bills.

Telecom provider, telecom rates, and billing errors.

Natural Gas Bill Audits

Commodity rates and natural gas tariff schedules.

Water / Sewer Bill Audits

Often overlooked, these bills contain many errors.

We can help negotiate better rates or identify errors.

Discover if you are overpaying for your WC insurance.

We can help you secure tax credits for product development.

Are you overpaying in property taxes? Find out now.

We've Done Over 10,000 Audits

National Utilities Refund is so committed to your satisfaction that our services are done with zero out-of-pocket costs to you. After our audit is complete, if we don’t find any ways to save you money or obtain a utility refund, you won’t owe us a penny. We stand by our work and are committed to finding you money-saving solutions.

No matter the size or complexity of your business, we have a team of diverse industry experts that understand the bills you pay in connection to your business’ services and can find ways for you to save.


Washington Utility Companies

Washington’s utility providers are vital in supporting the state’s robust economic activities and ensuring the quality of life for its residents. An understanding of the utility landscape and state-specific tax regulations is essential for effective utility management in Washington.

Electricity Providers 

Puget Sound Energy (PSE):

  • Puget Sound Energy serves over 1.1 million customers in the Puget Sound region, focusing on reliability, renewable energy, and customer service.


Avista Utilities:

  • Avista provides electricity to eastern Washington, emphasizing sustainable energy practices and community engagement.


Seattle City Light:

  • Serving Seattle and surrounding areas, Seattle City Light is a municipal utility with a strong commitment to renewable energy and environmental stewardship.


Tacoma Power:

  • Tacoma Power provides electricity to the Tacoma area, focusing on reliable service and innovative energy solutions.


Snohomish County PUD:

  • This public utility district serves Snohomish County and Camano Island, prioritizing customer service and renewable energy initiatives.

Natural Gas Providers

Puget Sound Energy (PSE):

  • In addition to electricity, PSE provides natural gas services, focusing on safety, reliability, and energy efficiency.


Avista Utilities:

  • Avista also supplies natural gas to parts of eastern Washington, with a commitment to sustainable energy practices and customer satisfaction.


Cascade Natural Gas:

  • Cascade Natural Gas provides natural gas to various regions in Washington, focusing on safety, reliability, and efficient energy use.

Water Utility Providers

Seattle Public Utilities:

  • Seattle Public Utilities manages water supply and wastewater services for Seattle, emphasizing water quality, conservation, and sustainable practices.


Tacoma Water:

  • Tacoma Water provides water services to the Tacoma area, focusing on high-quality water treatment and resource management.

Telecommunication Providers


  • CenturyLink offers a range of telecommunications services across Washington, including broadband, voice, and managed IT solutions, aiming to enhance connectivity.



  • Comcast provides high-speed internet, digital TV, and phone services throughout Washington, focusing on improving infrastructure and customer access.

Trash or Waste Management

Waste Management of Washington:

  • Waste Management offers comprehensive waste and recycling services across the state, focusing on sustainable practices and environmental responsibility.


Republic Services:

  • Operating in Washington, Republic Services provides reliable waste collection, recycling, and disposal services, dedicated to community health and sustainability.

Washington State Taxes

Sales Taxes on Utilities:

  • Washington imposes state sales taxes on utility services, including electricity and natural gas, managed by the Washington State Department of Revenue.


Property Taxes in Washington for Businesses:

  • In Washington, business properties are subject to local property taxes, which are essential for funding municipal services and infrastructure. These taxes are assessed periodically to ensure they reflect current market values.

Simple and stress-free approach.

Get Started
Return our utility audit agreement & letter of authorization, then simply provide one bill copy for each utility account and a copy of any utility agreements.
Our Audit
Our team will perform the utility audit off-site. We work with the utility company to retrieve historic data.
Findings Process
The utility audit takes between 6-8 weeks. When we uncover an overcharge or utility refund, we present it in a preliminary report for your review.
You're In Charge
You are always in the driver's seat. We will implement the findings that you approve and handle all follow-up paperwork with the utility provider.
Discrepancy Impact Analysis
We will pull the utility invoice from the provider to confirm that the discovered discrepancy was corrected and/or validate that the utility refund was issued. We then calculate exactly how this impacted your bottom line.
Final Report
A final report will summarize the utility audit findings implemented and the utility refunds filed to illustrate the financial impact for your organization.

Your Team of Utility Bill Audit Experts

So contact us today to learn more about our services, or schedule a utility bill audit so that you can start saving money.