Dealing with your Gas and Electricity contracts can be a confusing and complicated time, distracting you from running your business, along with the worry of not knowing if you are getting a deal that is right for you.
At Consultiv Utilities we want to take that hassle away, by leveraging our supplier relationships, we can search for the best deals available to your business, letting you take advantage of our excellent knowledge in the industry.
Whether you are a small, medium or large business, we have the expertise to assist and guide you through the procurement process. Simply give us authorisation to act on your behalf and we will do the rest, once we have a range of contracts options available, we can pick the best deal or work with you to decide which option is best for your business.
The market can be volatile, and if you care not careful or do not have the knowledge needed, you may be hit by sharp price rises OR even be tied into a contract that does not suit your type of business.
We want to take all of that hassle and worry away from you so that you can concentrate on running your business, we will even contact you when your contract is up for renewal, and help you reduce your consumption and carbon footprint.
We are constantly looking at the market trends to determine, when is the right time to switch, and for how long.
Let us advise you on this, to give you the best chance of getting a competitive price for the full term of your contract.
Give us authorisation to act on your behalf and we can do the rest. We will never enter into a contract without your permission.
When you move to a new site, the existing supplier may put you on a 'deemed' rate, because a contract is deemed to exist and so this will be treated as an existing contract between you and the supplier.
The issue with this is that deemed rates are usually much higher than the rate you get in a arranged contract as the energy is bought short term.
We are here to help, get in touch by phone or through our website and we will discuss the options available.
If for any reason your fixed price plan has come to an end then your supplier will roll you onto a variable price plan.
This can spell trouble as variable price plans are usually higher than the market rate. If you think of it as a mortgage where your fixed rate ends and you move to a variable rate, which is unpredictable and usually higher.
Let us help, get in touch through by phone or through our website and we will be happy to discuss this further.
We can still find a deal that is right for you, get in touch and we will work with our range of suppliers.