You'll also be able to try our new product, First Utility Home Services with a free £30 voucher. With First utility Home Services you can get help with jobs you don't have time for. With a range of tradespeople including cleaners, plumbers, electricians and many more - we've got you covered.
To give you a guideline of what your bill might be when you switch to Home Services Fixed May 2018 v4 Full Service we have calculated a bill for a medium sized home using Ofgem’s national average consumption rates (3,100 kWh of electricity and 12,500 kWh of gas) to be £951 annually. Your actual payments will be based on your meter readings and may differ to this guideline figure.
Manage your account online
We believe you should be able to understand the way we calculate your bill and the way you use your energy. Switch to one of our iSave Fixed tariffs and you can keep a close eye on your energy and your bills online.
Submit your meter readings online
Regular meter readings are the key to avoiding expensive estimated bills, but we know it can be difficult to remember to take regular readings. We remind you by email each month and use this data to accurately calculate your next bill, so you never pay more than you need to for your energy.
To view full details on each of our tariffs simply answer the questions below by using the drop down menus and insert your postcode in the box at the end. Alternatively, click 'download all rates' to view information for every available tariff.
Simply send your details to us, we’ll set up your Direct Debit, and your payments will automatically come out of your account each month until you contact us.
No dual fuel discount so your unit cost is lower
Often when you have one supplier for both your gas and electricity you are rewarded with a discount. Whilst this sounds good, it can mean that you pay higher prices throughout the year.
With our fixed tariffs your unit cost is lower, so you save from the very start.
If you want to change to a different tariff or energy supplier before the tariff end date you will need to pay an exit fee of £50 for electricity and £50 for gas because you have chosen to fix your prices until this set date.