Homeowners may dread receiving a gas and electricity bill each month or quarter, but businesses face the same problem. A huge chunk of monthly expenses often goes to keeping the heat and the lights on – but are there ways to lower your business utility costs?
One thing to start with is an energy audit. This is an assessment of what you use and looks for ways to make savings. This might come through changing provider, upgrading equipment or adding measures to make the property more energy efficient. It will include a night time audit that looks at energy use when no-one is in the property.
Once you have this information, you can work with a business utility supply specialist to find the best deal. This might be by going with a big name company or a smaller, business specialist. Getting the right deal is about the price but also benefits and terms so it is important to understand all of these before making a commitment.
There are also lots of measures to put into place around the building to help cut back on energy. Having lights that go out when no-one is in the room is one example and using natural daylight rather than overhead lights. Ensuring the property has windows that open for ventilation and cooling and that it is well insulated to keep heat in during the winter can also save money.
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