Avoiding The ‘Rollover Trap’- Compare Gas and Electricity
Do you regularly compare Gas and Electricity prices to get a better deal?
A new survey reveals that over 73% of businesses fail to keep tabs on their energy bills and do not compare gas and electricity prices to leverage savings in energy costs. Not only were most business unaware of their energy costs, businesses were unaware of their energy
tariff increases over the last 5 years.
As a small business can you afford to pay increasing rates on your energy bills?
As a small business can you afford a squeeze on your profits in the current economic climate?
What could be more sacrilegious than failing to just a keep a tab on your energy costs or failing to get a better rate on the business Gas and Electricity prices? Every 3 out of 4 business
owners are concerned about the business energy usage but fail to switch to a new
tariff in time.Energyhelpline can compare gas and electricity prices and get you a better deal. We work with all suppliers
Want to switch to a new tariff for business energy gas and electricity prices, then get in touch with us on 08009774431 or register your interest on Compare Gas and Electricity prices
Fail to Compare Gas and Electricity prices and fall into the rollover trap- what is the Rollover Trap?
Rollover trap refers to the standard tariff or higher rates applicable in case you fail to compare Gas and Electricity prices and switch over to a new contract in time. The suppliers just move you over to a standard tariff
It is also possible that you would be on this standard tariff in case you have just moved into new premises. After the old business has moved out, the contracted rates are not applicable and after a new business locates to these premises, the business would be switched to a standard tariff, in the absence of the contracted tariff. It is imperative that you compare gas and electricity prices and switch over to a new tariff immediately to avoid paying higher rates.
Additionally most businesses are unaware that every energy supplier has a notice period that needs to be provided to switch to a new contract. This notice period clause would be there in the ‘terms and conditions’ for a business energy gas and electricity contract.
If you do not switch within this notice period which ranges from 90-120 days, you would be moved to a standard tariff which could be as high as 140-150% of the likely tariff that you could avail through Energyhelpline.
You need to switch within the window of opportunity that is available for a Switch when the contract starts drawing to a close. This is where energyhelpline< comes in. We compare gas and electricity prices with majority of the suppliers and help you to switch in time.
If you’re not on an energy contract you could be on a higher electricity tariff – a ‘deemed rate’. Take a look at your energy bills to ensure that you are getting the best business electricity rates possible. If you decide to switch to a contract through Energyhelpline, you could get great value commercial electricity prices and gas prices straight away.
If you do not want to fall into the rollover trap then call us on 0800 008 77 72. We compare gas and electricity prices of majority of the suppliers to help you get better commercial electricity and gas rates.