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Gas and Electricity Supplies

matt-the-blade Avatar
7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
I have just bought myself my first house which is a new build and i was just enquiring as to how i go about getting a gas and electricity supplier. I assume i just ring up the supplier i want and tell them that i want them to supply my electricty and gas? Or is not as easy as that, do they have to install a meter and stuff or will they already come fitted with the property itself?

Thanks in advance
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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#1
exactly as you said, find the cheapest and ring them up.
#2
look on the cashback sites or even the utilities own website for incentives.
#3
Your house will already have meters fitted.
The gas & electric supplies should be connected & working - make a note of the meter readings on the day you move in, in case there is a dispute about how much you have used and also in case there is a dispute about which provider thinks they are supplying your gas & electric. It's probably best to ask the developers who the current supplier is & then contact the suppliers & let them know that you intend to change, otherwise you may find 2 companies billing you (it happened to me!)
Comparison site like Uswitch are useful for finding out the cheapest supplier. DON'T take on a supplier just because they knock at your door & tell you that they are the cheapest.
Good luck with the house:thumbsup:
banned#4
Try utility warehouse
you send reading to them monthly in return they find you the best prices.
Contact direct to obtain a discount.
Or find a agent but they will get paid.everytime you pay a bill.:thumbsup::santa:
50p I think

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