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At The Energy Check, we live and breathe energy – it’s all we do all day. We know the domestic gas and electricity markets like the backs of our hands, and we’re here to take the pain out of switching your energy supplier.
Millions of people are paying too much for their home gas and electric. The UK's energy regulator, Ofgem, is actively encouraging gas and electricity customers to use online comparison and utilities switching websites.
And another thing. You know that loyalty to one company doesn’t necessarily reward you with lower electricity and gas bills? Shocking, isn’t it? That’s why it’s always worth shopping around for a better deal.
We’ve kept it nice and simple, to save you time. This is how our service works:
It’s not quite that simple, because there’s no one cheap provider that suits everyone. That’s why we’re here. We help you find the best energy deals in your area, based on your gas and electricity usage.
Yes we can. It doesn’t matter what you’re looking for – lower prices, green energy, outstanding customer service – the most sensible first step is to compare energy suppliers.
Our Expert Guide to Suppliers also tells you everything you need to know to help you choose a supplier you’ll be happy with.
No. Your gas and electricity will arrive in your home via the same pipes and cables as before, so there won’t be any disruption to your supply. The only thing that will change is the company that sends you your bill.
Electricity meters vary, and can display information in different ways. There are five different kinds of meter:
The standard meter is the most common. To take a reading, write down the five black numbers, from left to right. Don’t worry about the red numbers, if there are any.
That will depend on the sort of property you live in. Sometimes the meter will be in an under-stairs cupboard or utility room; sometimes it will be outside, on the side or back of the house.
If you live in an apartment building, you’ll probably find the electricity meter in a cupboard in the hallway.