Save on your Energy Bills Today
By AdFeatures | Monday, July 23, 2012, 11:37
If you have ten minutes or so to spare, you could use them right now to save a significant amount of money off your energy bills. How much you can save depends on a number of factors; for instance how long it has been since you changed your energy supply companies; where you live; how much gas and electricity you use; and in some cases your age. Some people can save as much as £400 a year on energy prices, though most people can save around £150. Either way, it is not a bad return for ten minutes of your precious time.
No doubt you will have heard about how you can switch energy suppliers. You might even have been bothered by salesmen knocking at your door or accosted by salesmen on supermarket floors, all wishing to sell you a super energy deal that would save you a small fortune if you agreed to it right now. Of course they are just looking for a sales commission; most of us ignore them and rightly so; in 25% of cases they end up signing people up to deals that leave them worse rather than better off.
Forget the salesmen; there is a far better way of getting a better deal. All you need to is go to an appropriate comparison website, enter some information regarding your gas and electricity usage, for instance how much a month or a year you pay for it, and you will be able to see every different tariff that is available from every energy supplier along with how much money each deal would save you on your annual energy bill. Generally this are listed with the ones that could save you the most at the top of the list.
Once you have found a deal that you like you can switch to it there and then. You just need to enter your contact details and how you wish to pay your bill, for instance by direct debit, agree to a credit check if you have never used that supplier before, accept the general terms and conditions, and its done.
Nobody has to come to your house to change meters or anything else. You will use the same gas that you would have used before. All that has changed is who you pay and how much you pay, which will be substantially less than before.