E.ON Lining Up New Year Price Hikes
Energy company E.ON have been very quietly recently, the only firm out of the Big Six not to announce an increase in energy prices after promising not to change their pricing structure for the rest of 2012.
Well if rumours are to be believed their silence will soon come to an end as they are shortly expected to raise gas and electricity prices by 11 per cent for each of its five million customers in January. This works out at an increase of £130 per year for those on a dual-fuel bill.
Rather than get into a state of panic, E.ON customers or customers of any of the other major suppliers who have recently raised their prices are encouraged to make their home more energy efficient to offset any energy price rises. This means getting rid of any ageing windows responsible for excess heat loss and unwanted draughts.
In their place you need to install double glazing in Rotherham, double glazing in Sheffield or double glazing in Leeds and who better to fit them than West Yorkshire Windows, the nation’s reigning ‘Installer of the Year’.
Our full window range is specifically designed to save you a fortune on your annual fuel bill as it contains a thermal efficient UPVC frame and two thick panes of glass purposely built to retain heat in the home. No cold spots will be felt in your home ever again, nor will you be left paying over the odds for household energy.
In addition to their undoubted ability to drive down the cost of energy bills, our windows will rejuvenate the appearance of your property all on their own. Few home improvements can create the visual impact that West Yorkshire Windows have the ability to do.
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