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Old 31-08-2011, 12:18 AM
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There have been one or two threads on this in the past but I'm just wondering in this climate am I'm better of staying in this or changing my meter and getting a tie in somewhere?
I currently don't have have had I'm my area so it's all electricity!!
Any advice would be great
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Old 31-08-2011, 9:47 AM
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Before you do anything you need to make sure that the heating system you have in the property is appropriate for the type of meter you have. If not you could be making a very expensive mistake, as it's summer at the moment (in theory!) it may seem you have little benefit from e10, once you start putting the heating on you will certainly notice the difference in price if you have the wrong meter/tariff.

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