Who is my business water supplier?

by | Apr 7, 2021

If your business water bill has you scratching your head, you should consider switching water suppliers. But first, you’ll need to find out: who is your business water supplier?

Any successful business owner knows that making a profit is as much about saving money as it is about making it. Utilities expenses such as energy and water all add up, and any savings that can be made should be explored.

Since the deregulation of the UK retail water market in 2017, businesses have been billed directly by water retailers, rather than regional wholesale water companies.

Opening the water market has allowed for competition in the industry, and there are opportunities for businesses to save. During these economically uncertain times, businesses should be wise to any opportunity for savings, to keep operating costs low.

Before you can start saving, you must find out who your current business water supplier is.

How can I find out who my business water supplier is?

Fortunately, finding out who provides water to your business is an easy process.

You can find out who your water retailer is by checking your latest water bill.

If you can’t find a bill, have recently moved to a new premises, or are planning to move to a new premises, you can contact any water retailer and they will be able to let you know which water or wastewater retailer is currently registered to your premises.

How can switching water suppliers save my business money?

Switching business water suppliers can save your business money, both through reduced cost of water, as well as through tailored service offerings, improved customer service and consolidated bills.

Businesses can also negotiate with their current supplier to find a better deal and save money.

How do I change business water suppliers?

Changing water suppliers can be a daunting process, but finding a trusted partner can make that process so much easier. At Smarter Business, our team of experts will save you up to 20% on your water bill by comparing quotes and finding the right water supplier for your unique business needs.

A single dedicated account manager will be your point of contact, from quote comparisons to switching – so you know who to contact for support.

Whether your business a small to medium single-site enterprise, or whether you’re part of a large multi-site business operation, Smarter Business can provide you with one consolidated invoice for all your utilities, streamline the process and ensure that you save.

Get in touch with us today to switch and save.

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