Smart meters are extremely popular and it’s easy to see why. Since 2012, over 10 million have been installed in our homes but you may not have realised you were missing out.

Why should I have one?

Smart meters show you exactly how much gas and electricity you’re using each day, and how much this will cost you. Unlike older, more traditional energy meters, smart meters allows you to see how much energy you’re using in currency rather than kilowatts, and thanks to the in-home display you can check your usage at any time.

Some companies even allow you to check how much you’re using on the go thanks to apps which you can download on your smartphone.

How can I buy one?

One of the great reasons you should get yourself a smart meter is that there are no extra costs for you! Ask your energy supplier for a free upgrade to a smart meter which will be installed at no additional price. The government is aiming that by 2020, 26 millions homes will have a smart meter

What are the benefits to having one?

There are multiple benefits to installing a smart meter in your home:

Gone are the days where you would come home to an unexpected, hefty bill on your doorstep because a smart meter it tells you exactly how much you’re using so say goodbye to estimated bills

Smart meters are helping to bring Britain’s energy system into the 21st century as they are part of providing efficient, reliable energy to our households

With the in-home display you can see the consequences your habits and lifestyles can have on your bill. It’s extremely useful for those who use the prepayment meter as they can track how much money is remaining and how to prolong their gas and electricity.

Request a smart meter today to see the benefits its has on your gas and electricity bills. To ensure you’re getting the most out of this useful gadget, contact AA Gas Services online or call to book a boiler or gas fire service to ensure your boiler is as healthy as possible. We’re specialists in boiler and central heating repairs in Hull and East Yorkshire.

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