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Guide to Switching Supplier
How to Compare and Switch Energy Suppliers
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Money Expert has made the whole process of switching gas and electricity suppliers
very simple. It should only take a few minutes to find the right deal for you.
The 5 simple steps to switching are:
- Enter your details into the Money Expert comparison tool
- Take a look at your results page to find the best gas, electricity or dual fuel supplier for you based on your individual requirements
- Enter your personal information so we can pass you details through to your new supplier
- You will receive information from them which will include confirmation of the date of the switch, after which your energy will be priced under your new, cheaper tariff.
Energy Saving tips
Apart from switching your energy provider to get cheaper rates on your Gas and Electricity moneyExpert has put together a list of other ways to save money in your household.
- Take a quick shower instead of a bath.
- Fill the dish washer before turning it on, avoid doing half loads.
- Only boil what you need in your kettle
- Turn off taps while shaving or brushing your teeth
- Turn you heating down by 1 degree, this could save you £55 per year.
- Use energy saving light bulbs, one bulb can save you £60 over its life time.
- When buying new appliances aim for A graded products, they may cost a little more but will save you in the long run.
- If you have halogen lights, swop these with LED bulbs instead.
- Don’t leave TV’s, gaming consoles, PC’s etc on standby, turn them off at the mains after use.
- Fit double glazed windows.
- Close curtains at night to keep the heat in.
- Make sure your house is well insulated; cavity wall installation and loft installation can be free on occasions. Shop around.
- Hang cloths out to dry instead of using the tumble dryer.
- If it gets a bit colder, ware extra layers like a jumper instead of turning up the heat.
- Make sure lights are off before you leave the house.
- Don't crank up your domestic water to a scalding temperature - setting your cylinder thermostat to 60°C/140°F should be adequate.
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