Autumn is beginning to make itself known, and so the challenge to not put the heating on for as long as possible has begun. However, it's also the time of year when a large number of energy tariffs are due to end, which could mean many people are automatically switched onto more expensive options, just as the peak season of energy usage kicks in.

Price rises of up to £409

According to data, 42 dual fuel tariffs are scheduled to end on 30 September, compared with just 18 last September, highlighting a clear annual shift. Unfortunately, this could mean average price rises of up to 53% for customers being switched onto standard tariffs: as an example, Co-operative Energy's Fix for Longer September 2017 tariff has an average annual cost of just £770, yet their standard tariff clocks in at an average of £1,179, a whopping £409 (or 53%) more.

Time to act

Have you checked your loft insulation?

By making sure your loft is insulated correctly you can save 100’s a year and you may well be able to have it upgraded free of charge.

Is your boiler working to maximum efficiency?

Ask yourself when did you last have your boiler serviced? If it was more than 2 years ago get it done now as an inefficient boiler can cost you 100’s extra every year. Are you aware if your boiler is old in certain circumstances you could have it replaced free? Check out on this site to see if you qualify.

By acting just on these two measures you could increase the value of your house by over £8000 on average. Can you afford not to act?

Check if you qualify.

Just complete the questionnaire on this site to see if you qualify for any assistance in making your home more energy efficient this winter.

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Autumn is beginning to make itself known, and so the challenge to not put the heating on for as long as possible has begun. However, it's also the time of year when a large number of energy tariffs are due to end, which could mean many people are automatically switched onto more expensive options, just as the peak season of energy usage kicks in. Price rises of up to £409 According to data, 42 dual fuel tariffs are scheduled to end on 30 September, compared with just 18 last September, highlighting a clear annual shift. Unfortunately, this could mean average price rises of up to 53% for customers being switched onto standard tariffs: as an example, Co-operative Energy's Fix for Longer September 2017 tariff has an average annual cost of just £770, yet their standard tariff clocks in at an average of £1,179, a whopping £409 (or 53%) more. Time to act Have you checked your loft insulation? By making sure your loft is insulated correctly you can save 100’s a year and you may well be able to have it upgraded free of charge. Is your boiler working to maximum efficiency? Ask yourself when did you last have your boiler serviced? If it was more than 2 years ago get it done now as an inefficient boiler can cost you 100’s extra every year. Are you aware if your boiler is old in certain circumstances you could have it replaced free? Check out on this site to see if you qualify. By acting just on these two measures you could increase the value of your house by over £8000 on average. Can you afford not to act? Check if you qualify. Just complete the questionnaire on this site to see if you qualify for any assistance in making your home more energy efficient this winter.
2017-09-18 08:46:09
2017-09-18 08:46:09
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