Peabody in the news

This is the first of three money-saving energy articles that celebrate Citizen Advice Bureau's Big Energy Saving Week.

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Citizens Advice Bureau advise that you should ask yourself the following questions on an annual basis to ensure that you're getting the best energy deal possible:

  • Are you on the best energy tariff for your needs?
  • Are you on the best payment type possible?
  • Would you save money switching suppliers?
  • Are you elegible for welfare benefits?
  • Are you eligible for a Warm Home Discount...
  • ...or a grant to improve the insulation and energy efficency of your home?

If you're a Peabody resident and you're unsure about any of these, a home visit from our Home Energy Advice Team can provide all the help you'll need...

Book a visit from our Home Energy Advice Team

How our team can save you money

"Just wanted to say thank you for the help you gave to me in getting my electricity account sorted out despite all of the difficulties in trying to contact the supplier and the short time in which to renew the contract with the supplier." Raymond, SW1

We'll assist with any of the above questions to help reduce your monthly costs, including contacting your energy supplier if necessary. We save residents an average of £160 a year.

On our home visit, we'll also have a look at your heating system, radiators and thermostat, helping you to keep warm while keeping bills under control.

Here's what to expect when a Home Energy Advice Team member comes calling...

Contact us

 Visit the Home Energy Advice Team to book a home visit.

Further information

Read the second in our Big Energy Saving Week articles and save yourself from Unexpected Costs and Big Energy Saving Week: Top tips.

This Energy Best Deal (pdf, 3.9mb) booklet gives lots of advice on finding the best price for your energy needs.

This Check, Switch and Save leaflet (pdf, 120kb) offers some top tips on how to save energy.