Save energy, save money
Paying for the energy you use around your home can be a significant household cost that can sometimes be difficult to meet. Using your heating, turning on electrical appliances or even just leaving them on standby all add to the amount of energy you use and the cost of energy bills.
Fortunately, there are lots of ways you can reduce your energy bills and reduce the amount you pay for energy use. Many households can save an estimated £200 off their annual energy bills just by changing energy supplier, and there are many other things you can do to use energy more efficiently, and save more.
If you're really struggling to cover the costs of your bills, get in touch and an expert adviser will get back to you.
Switch to save
One of the quickest ways to reduce energy bills significantly is to shop around and change your energy provider. Households can save an estimated £200 a year compared to their previous bills just by swapping to a different supplier. You can find out more on the Government's Power to Switch website.
Reduce the amount of energy you use
You can reduce your bills further by using less energy around the home. There are lots of simple ways you and your family can help, for example see the Energy Saving Trust's quick wins.