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Our Advice Line is aimed at protecting their customers against high energy bills this winter, and is free to households throughout most of Great Britain.
Residents can call the YES advice line to learn how to lower their energy bills and ready their home for the colder months.
YES’ expert advisors offer a rounded, bespoke service that takes individual circumstances into account, with the average customer making savings of over £500 per year.
People calling the advice line can expect to be asked some simple questions to work out how YES Energy Solutions’ team can help.
Householders are able to choose the level of service that suits them, with some able to apply for funding for home energy improvements.
Over 500 people a month call the YES Advice Line to get help on saving energy and making bills more affordable.
YES’ Energy advice centre manager Emily Jones said: “We are thrilled to be working with a number of partners on this initiative who are funding the service to help people save money.”“Many families are in need of extra help, as the cost of energy remains well above pre-Covid levels.“The service not only prepares them for this winter but will provide guidance on changes people can make year on year.”
Each new customer receives a free energy saving pack filled with gadgets and tips that help reduce energy use in the home without compromising on warmth.
Those interested in the YES Advice Line can find out more here and claim their free energy saving pack.
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