While is is often the best policy, as you can learn on our utilities page, to choose to receive your gas and electricity from the same supplier, sometimes you may wish to compare deals for gas alone. You will sometimes wish to search for gas only deals from UK energy providers. Money Pug allows you to do just that, making it easier to discover the deals that are applicable to you, without having to wade through a whole range of dual fuel deals in the process.
What gas suppliers can I compare?
With Money Pug, you can compare deals from many of the main gas supply companies in the UK. We allow you to access quotes for gas supply from:
Npower British Gas Scottish Power First Utility E.on SSE M&S Energy EDF Energy OVO Energy Sainsbury’s Energy and more…
How can I save money on my gas bills?
The first thing to do if you want to save money on your gas bills is, of course, to compare with Money Pug and find the best deals to suit you. You will be amazed by how much discrepancy there is between the different suppliers, and could be staggered by how much you could save by switching your gas supplier. Check today to make sure you are not being overcharged for the gas supply to your home.
You can also save on your gas bills by:
Making sure that your home is well insulated, so heating your home costs less. Re-glazing your home or making sure you use good window covers to reduce heat loss through your windows. Considering thermal curtains or blinds. Draft proofing your doors. Shuting internal doors and using draft excluders. Bleeding your radiators and making sure the central heating system is operating as it should. Turning down your thermostat and heating your home only when necessary. Turning off radiators in rooms that are not in use. Placing lids on pots to reduce cooking time on a gas hob. Pre-boiling water in an efficient electric kettle before boiling vegetables etc. on a gas hob. Consider upgrading your existing gas boiler to a more energy efficient option.
These are just some of the ways that you can save on your gas supply. So start your journey to cheaper gas today by comparing gas suppliers and deals with Money Pug.
Gas Comparison FAQs
Why Might I Switch Gas Supplier?
You might want to switch gas supplier to save you money on your household bills. Switching can help you to beat the gas price rises and make it more affordable to heat your home or cook in your kitchen. Switch today and you could save up to a few hundred pounds on your yearly gas bill – so it is definitely worthwhile taking the time to see what is out there and who is offering the best deals for your gas supply.
How much could I save if I switch gas and electricity?
There is no way to say for sure how much you personally could save by switching supplier, however, a comparison of bills from the major six suppliers and others shows that some people are definitely paying much more than others for a comparable service!
Is it more complicated to switch gas and electricity together?
No, switching suppliers for both gas and electricity is just as easy as switching one utility alone. Simply use our handy comparison service to find out the best deals for your dual fuel supply.
How does switching gas and electricity work?
No matter who supplies your power, the pipes and cabling won’t change at all. The infrastructure will all remain in place. The only thing that changes is the supplier providing the service. When you make the decision to switch, your new supplier will sort out the details with your previous one.
Can I switch from a dual tariff to separate suppliers?
Dual fuel tariffs are not always cheaper and if you decide to go with different suppliers for gas and electricity then you can do so.
Can I switch gas and electricity if I owe money?
It is always best to sort out any outstanding debts before the official switch date to make things a little easier and more straightforward. If debts are over £200 and over 28 days old, you may find that you have to pay up before you can change supplier.
Will my gas and electricity be interrupted if I switch?
No, there will be no disruption to your power when you have a switch. The gas and electricity still come into your home in the same way, the only thing that changes is who bills you for the service.
I'm moving house, how can I switch gas and electricity?
If you are moving house, that is a good time to reassess your energy deal. If you already have a great deal then you can carry it over into your new home. Whether switching or not, make sure you take a meter reading when you leave your old place, and another when you move into your new home, to make sure you only pay for what you use.
Will I get a smart meter if I switch gas and electricity?
The government set into motion the scheme to install smart meters to monitor energy usage and whether or not you will be offered one will depend on which company you go with. Remember, these are optional, not compulsory, so you might want to educate yourself about this technology and decide whether or not you want to have one installed in your home.
I have solar panels, can I switch a feed in tariff too?
Feed in tariffs can also be switched, but when considering a switch, it is important to make sure that the supplier you are considering is happy to take you on and allow you to generate your own electricity and feed into the National Grid.
How Do You Switch Energy Supplier?
Switching energy supplier could not be easier! The simple process begins with the research. We make your job a lot easier by allowing you to compare all the latest deals from all the main UK energy suppliers. Then, contact your new supplier and they will handle the rest, including letting your old supplier know you are leaving.
How Long Will It Take to Switch Energy Supplier?
Switching energy suppliers should take around 21 days, thanks to the Energy Switching Guarantee. However, it will not always take than long and can sometimes be done a lot sooner. Remember, there will be no disruption to your energy supply – the only thing that will change is the name on your bills – and perhaps the amount of money each bill is for.