|Do you want to know more about cubic feet, and other energy jargon? Fair enough. Gas is one of the biggest household expenses. You will have noticed energy prices rising rapidly over the past few years. Knowing more about gas and electricity will enable you to reduce your bill.|
Imperial meters measure the gas consumed by your home in cubic feet. If you want to covert your gas usage into kilowatts per hour, you need to multiply the cubic feet figure by 31.5. This calculation will give you an approximate figure.
You may be able to pay less for the cubic feet of gas you use in your home. You can switch to a cheap gas supplier in minutes with energyhelpline.com. The site allows you to compare gas companies, and find the very best deal for you. Then, you can switch using our website.
We will ask for some personal information such as your name and address, and then pass these details securely to your chosen provider. Your new gas provider will write to you to confirm your switch.