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Switch your service station’s energy provider
Now is the time to take action. The energy market is in a constant state of flux and prices are only likely to go up. Using Utility Bidder will provide impressive savings to your bottom line and we will also become your preferred partner across all your utility dealings. Get in touch today and see how easy it is to save money on gas and electricity in your veterinary practice.
The cat’s out of the bag – Utility Bidder will save you money
When you consider all the energy consuming appliances in a veterinary practice, it’s no wonder that the cost of gas and electricity can really eat into profit margins. As well as the heating and lighting that most other businesses consume, your practice also has to power the likes of sterilizing units, x-ray machines, air conditioning units and surgical equipment.
There are of course, measures all practices can do in-house to help reduce bills. However, the cat is out of the bag, and now practices just like yours know that probably the most significant saving you can make will be to switch your existing gas and energy provider.
Get ahead of the pack
Utility Bidder is an award-winning energy broker that works with businesses just like yours to help them save money by switching to a more cost-effective utility supplier. Let’s face it, most businesses don’t have the time or inclination to search the market for better deals – but we do. In fact, that’s all we do. And our success is based on saving our customers money –as well as our unrivalled customer service.
We work with energy providers of all sizes to find the perfect fit for your practice. As a leading energy broker, we can also find rates you may not be able to find on your own and, better still, you can leave us to search the market while you get on with treating your patients.
All you need to do is provide us with an old bill, sign a letter that confirms we have your authorization to search the market for you – and that’s it. Don’t wait for your current tariff to come to an end, in fact the sooner we find and lock in your new tariff and savings the better. As soon as your existing tariff ends, our team will switch you to the agreed new gas and electricity provider and you won’t even notice – it’s a seamless process. You will however, notice a significant saving, sometimes as much as 20% on your new energy bill.
Paul Kay was fantastic in securing us a great deal and explaining everything in full. Thanks and would wholeheartedly recommended.
Excellent service from Kenny in the Manchester office, he worked hard to find the best price for me and explained everything along the way.
Will definitely use him again in the future and would recommend.
I spoke to Paul Kay this morning who in the space of 30 mins looks to have halved my salon electric bill, he was personable, knowledgeable and honest. The proof will be seeing if the bills actually reduce and if so I will leave another review but so far an excellent service
I dealt with Utility Bidder over the past couple of days, amazing service and prompt. Paul Kay gave excellent customer service! would highly reccomend.
Without a doubt utility bidder has saved my sanity. They have sorted months of going around in circles with a supplier in under a week.
I would highly recommend to everyone I know.
Had a lovely phone call from Connor this morning, he was very helpful, explained everything very clearing and all I had to do was agree to everything that was suggested and he done the rest! Very happy with the service
I have just worked with Alex from Utility Bidder to sort our electricity contract today. He has got us an excellent price for our charity and it has all been sorted in half an hour (possibly less!). He was extremely helpful. THANK YOU
Had a call from Alex York who within minutes had arranged a new electricity contract with a new supplier. He was extremely courteous, professional and friendly. Highly recommend.
Robert Johnson has just completed my renewal contract with my energy supplier. He was very helpful and very efficient. It’s the first time I have used Utility Bidder and I will definitely use them again and highly recommend them. Thank you for making it so easy.
Frequently Asked Questions
As well as switching your energy supplier to save money on your veterinary practice gas and electricity bills – there are a few DIY energy saving tricks you can try yourself. It’s never too late to make some small changes that will see some big returns. The Carbon Trust says most firms could, with low or no-cost changes, bring bills down by at least 10%.
One of the most expensive elements in your practice will be lighting and so when it comes to looking at ways to save money, an analysis of lighting is a good place to begin. Start with an evaluation of your front and back of house lighting and look at switching from standard bulbs to more energy efficient LED versions. Most surgeries are open six days a week which is why, by overhauling your lighting you could save between 60 – 80% in energy usage. In addition, your staff and customers should see a noticeably brighter environment. Better still, daylight and natural colour temperature lighting is also available for those important clinical areas.
Lighting can also be controlled using an App which means you can turn your practice lighting on and off remotely and so ensure that your surgery does not waste money by staff accidentally leaving lights on. Or, opt for a motion sensor that detects movement and switches lights on when a person enters a room – and off again, when they leave. Don’t just take our word for it, the Carbon Trust has a nifty tool which will help you calculate your lighting upgrade.
Heating could also be a big energy consumer particularly if you have to keep animals overnight and so have to maintain a comfortable temperature 24/7. While keeping patients warm is crucial, you could look at other areas of the practice to make savings. Look at your front of house areas where its likely doors to the outside are constantly opening to let the cold in and heat out. If you can build a double-glazed vestibule between the surgery and the outside world this could help. However, just like at home, simply turning your thermostat down a degree or two will make a big difference. Try turning it down a degree and see if staff or customers notice. You’ll be surprised at how such a little thing could make a significant difference to your bills.