Guide to cutting your utility bills
With the current economic climate it’s never been more important to watch where your money goes as it is now.
To help you save money on your household bills leaving you more to spend on the nicer things in life, we’ve put together a guide on how best to approach reducing your utility bills.
The good news is that reducing your utility bills is not only quick and easy, it’s also unbelievably worthwhile.
It’s not inconceivable that you could save yourself hundreds of pounds a year simply by switching to a different electricity, gas or broadband provider!
If you’re going to go to the effort of making a switch, it makes sense to cut your bills by as much as you can.
Here’s how advisemeon.co.uk can help you find the utility companies that will help you to reduce your costs the most.
You shouldn’t simply go for the utility company that advertises what looks like the biggest savings or the best deals.
The best way to decide which supplier to switch to is to work out your usage and find the cheapest tariff that fits. In the long term this will help you to save far more.
The first thing you need to do is find out if you are tied into a long term deal with your existing provider. If you’re not, then you are in a much stronger bargaining position.
If you are tied in, recent legislation signed up to by the major utility companies means that they are obliged to offer the most competitive tariff to all their clients if asked. So even if you are tied into a long term deal it’s worth getting in touch with your provider and requesting that they review what tariff you are on against what else they offer.
You should also make that call if you’re not tied in as you never know, your existing provider may have the best deal on the market, it’s just that you’re not on it.
Once you’ve found out the best available deal from your existing provider, you then need to check out the competition. The easiest way to do this is to get someone else to do it for you.
Energyhelpline.com help customers save money on their gas & electricity and home phones/broadband through a price comparison service.
Once you have found the right service you can sign up by filling in a few simple details and EnergyHelpline will do the rest of the admin for you. Typical energy savings are £378 for an average house for energy and up to £200 on home phone. Businesses can also cut their bills by 15% – 20% which can often be thousands of pounds.
Visit EnergyHelpline today and start saving money immediately.