Your business now has a choice of water provider. Get the best deal on water for your Thames business with Tariff.com.
Have you been with the Thames Water for several years now? If so, there’s a good chance you could be paying too much for your business water. Since 2017, non-household premises have had a choice of water providers. In other words, the water market is open for business.
At a time when costs across the board are increasing, businesses need to save money wherever they can. The days of settling for high water bills are over and by switching suppliers with Tariff.com you could save up to 40%.
We know that taking control of your business water isn’t always easy. That’s why the Tariff team is here to support you and your business utilities. Whether you’re looking to optimise your water usage, switch suppliers or audit your bills, Tariff.com is here to help.
We can perform a water audit across your business to assess your usage and examine historical bills to see if you’ve been overcharged. To complete the service, we can then switch you over to a tariff that better matches your requirements.
Business Water Rates
Thames Water will connect your business to clean water and wastewater networks. Here are some common charges that will make up your water bill:
We’ll never convince you to make a switch that’s not right for you. Our team can make independent recommendations to help you get the most from your supplier.
Thames Water works within a 13,000 square km area, from parts of Gloucestershire in the west, to areas of Kent and Essex in the east. It shares borders with many other companies that provide water and/or sewerage services.
At Tariff.com, we offer a range of services that can help your business. This includes the completion of water audits or usage surveys to help you optimise your water consumption and reduce water waste.
Water rates change every year in April. The price fluctuation will depend on your supplier and sometimes suppliers can actually decrease their prices. If you find yourself unhappy with your new business rate, you can always switch suppliers to get a better deal.
At a time when bills are going up, water is one of the few utilities where you could save your business money. With Tariff.com, you could save up to 40%.
Yes! Since 2017, non-household premises such as businesses or organisations have been able to switch water suppliers. If you’re unhappy with your water bills, you can switch to a different tariff and a different supplier. Get in touch with Tariff.com to find out more.
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