Thursday, June 08, 2006

Private Landlords With HMO Properties Who Pay Fuel Bills

What gorgeous weather today ! Ive met with a Council in the North West today on behalf of whom Im managing an energy efficiency scheme linked to their Private Sector Landlord Accreditation Scheme.

One issue that cropped up in conversation again was that there are lots of Landlords - probably both social and private sector - that incorporate the household fuel bills into the rental agreement. Many such landlords are looking at ways to possibly reduce their running costs and maintain a good reliable service.

A solution for their fuel bills could be found in the resources and results demonstrated by companies such as Kwosh - - who can research the utility market as well as telecoms - land lines and mobile phones - to find a best fit package to suit the needs of the consumer.

Kwosh recently assisted a large SHP (social housing provider) to save over £12,000 per annum on fuel bills for their sheltered housing units despite escalating heating costs. Obviously this also helped to assist the residents too with reducing the fuel bill element of their rent.

This is an excellent result and offers an impartial response to the current issues faced by lots of SHPs and Landlords with similar issues. Kwosh offer a full diagnostic of the situation and offer best value solutions and their service offers to monitor the package on an ongoing basis to ensure that the savings can be maintained.

I hope that I can be able to communicate this solution to a much wider audience and encourage readers of this blog to take a look.

From Your Friend The Energy Angel


At 9:52 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

i would just like to thank the energy angel for a very informative
insight to energy saving and look forward to hearing more ways of saving energy.


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