Switching Your Energy Supplier

One of the most expensive parts about owning a house or renting an apartment is the energy bill. All lot of people may sometimes find it difficult to pay their energy bill during the colder months espicially if their house is poorly insulated and the keep the heat on high. Luckilly for most of society in these post credit crunch days, there are enough energy suppliers out there on the market waiting for them to become a customer of their company.

Compare Rates of Energy Companies

If you believe that you are paying too much for your energy bill, then it is time to start researching which company is right for you and your pocketbook. However, there are some steps that you may need to go through and switching energy can turn into quite the process but if you do your research on the different companies that are out there and their rates, then you should have no issues.

The first thing you will want to do is begin making a list of different companies and their rates. If you are paying a total of around one hundred dollars or more a month, then you are probably paying more than you have to. Make sure to also check and see what each of the companies have as their initial start up rates, you don’t want any sneaky prices rises you might want to also compare how much you would paying on late fees if you happen to be a day or two late with an energy companies bill one month.

Check The Fees

Some energy companies also have a lot of hidden fees that you will not know about until it is too late and you have already been charged an extra fifty dollars for what seems like nothing. Do your research and put your internet snooping skills to good use in order to find an energy company that will not charge you labor fees, fees for paying with a credit card (more common than you think), or some smaller energy companies will even charge you every time you contact them with questions or concerns.

By researching all of the possible ways that you can possibly get charged by your energy company will not only keep your bill down each month, you will also help find a new energy company to switch to and stick with for as long as you are in your current home. Call them, EON is a large UK energy company UK residents might be considering switching to. The EON Contact number is 0843 770 5036.


When you first move into your new house or apartment, you will have to pay the initial set up bill every month, a lot of apartment complexes and townhomes have set energy companies that they will tell you you have to use. However, you can usually switch if you put up a good enough argument and show them your research: like how much money you will be saving per month by switching to a different energy company. Comparing multiple energy companies rates is the first step that you should take when it comes to switching to a different company from your current energy company.

    This post was supplied by Mark Stubbles. Mark has a saying, “a penny saved is a penny made”. Mark likes to use Uswitch whenever he has had enough of any kind of supplier.