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An essential of our everyday life, water, electricity and gas are also some of the most expensive parts of simply existing in modern day Britain. That's why getting in touch with your supplier - whether to query a bill, or to speak about switching - is hugely important. Knowledge is power, and being able to speak to someone local when you're making a complaint or raising a question can give you the upper hand. Have peace of mind - find your local utility location today.
There are thousands of people who are employed for the UK's utilities companies. Whether you're interested in becoming an electrician, an engineer, or a boiler repair man - there are lots of options out there. If you're interested in becoming one of them, finding your local offices - and therefore who you could be working for - is vital.
Why do people need to contact utilities companies?
What are some of the most common reasons people contact utilities companies? From our experience, here are some of the most common things that prompt someone to try find their local gas, electricity or water supplier.
Query a bill
Got an unexpected water, electricity or gas bill through? Worried that you might be paying too much for your utilities? This is why many people call their supplier - and most queries are dealt with over the phone immediately.
Saly, it is a fact that one of the main reasons that most people pick up a phone to contact any company is to raise a complaint. This isn't just true in the water, gas and electricity industries - but the fact that every homeowner has to have a contract with some of them means it is inevitable that these companies have large complaints departments.
Thinking of changing your supplier? It is best to give your current supplier a call first - in a lot of cases, they'll be able to price match your new deal. Still not happy? You'll likely need to call them up to cancel your contract - something they should be able to do over the phone.
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