Supplier Switching for Social housing

For too long social housing tenants have been excluded from the benefits of the competitive energy markets. As a result they are paying too much for their energy. With our new service in less than two minutes customers can save on average £350 and no longer have to give away money to energy companies.

 

The majority of tenants have still not switched energy supplier and are often stuck on the worst tariff. Even for those who have switched, many fail to switch again once the offer expires. This leads to a price hike of up to 50%. Look after my Bills means tenants at last can access the best deals and do it again and again. Each year Look After My Bills makes sure that those who sign up stay on the best deal, securing savings for years to come.

 

The service works for tenants whether they are on pre-payment, fixed deals and is designed so that residents who qualify, can get the Warm Homes Discount. The service is also available to housing provider staff.

 

The team who set up the new service secured the best ever deal on BBC TV Dragons Den.  In August 2018 Look After My Bills Founders Will Hodson and Henry De Zoete went in front of the Dragons and after thrilling exchange, convinced Jenny Campbell and Tej Lalvani to join forces in the most lucrative deal ever seen in the shows 13-year history. Watch the episode here.

 

For housing providers, they will be able to track the progress they are making on tackling fuel poverty with regular updates on the total number of residents who have switched and how much is being saved. It is a fast and effective way for landlords to make a big impact on their customers household income.

 

Want to know how you can quickly secure savings for your customers, fill in the form below or click here.


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Briefing for landlords on automatic supplier switching
Outlines how landlords can secure an average of £350 savings for their customers that will stretch years in to the future.
Briefing - Automatic Supplier Switching
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