With business rates rising in many towns and cities, an increasing number of businesses are looking to move premises. If you are doing that for your business, be sure that you check business electricity contracts are not already in place for the premises you are moving to – and indeed check the terms and conditions of the existing business electricity contract you have for your current building.
Whether starting a new business or starting your existing business afresh in a new location, it’s vital that you compare business electricity prices. Overheads such as business electricity and gas make a real difference to a business’s bottom line and it’s essential that you find the very best business energy prices from the start.
Barely a week goes by when business gas and business electricity prices are not in the news, more often than not horror stories about the prices of these essential commodities are ever increasing. To compare electricity prices from all of the energy companies out there is a time-consuming and frustrating affair and something you may not have time for with all the other factors you have to consider when starting or relocating your business.
That’s why using a business electricity price comparison service such as the Energy Advice Line could help.
The Energy Advice Line can save you time and effort as well as money when switching business electricity supplier, and can help you compare business electricity prices.
All of the Energy Advice Line’s prices for business electricity and gas are available on the company’s website, to guarantee complete transparency. Prices are checked regularly with business energy suppliers large and small to ensure that you get the very latest prices offered to you.
You can work through the process of comparing commercial electricity prices yourself via the Energy Advice Line website, or can call the company’s freephone number – 0800 915 1800 – and speak to one of the Energy Advice Line advisors, who will talk you through the process.
If you are switching from an existing supplier, the Energy Advice Line can also remind you of your contract renewal date, to make sure that you don’t end up being rolled over into a potentially expensive contract with them, and even offers via its website termination notices that you can serve on your existing energy supplier.
Visit the Energy Advice Line online for the latest news and views from the business energy market, along with advice on how to compare business electricity prices and switch supplier, and to see the very latest tariffs available for your business.