Tariffs updated 05 March 2014
Are you fed up with the conduct of your current energy supplier? Tired of paying more and more on your energy bills? Well worry no more, as Simply Switch is here to ensure that you never have to passively accept price rises again.
Energy prices are increasing heavily each and every year with Npower, British Gas, SSE and Scottish Power all announcing their intentions to raise costs to consumer bills in the next month. Though the frequent rise of energy prices is undoubtedly an issue that has to be addressed immediately, it should nevertheless be remembered that there are positive courses of action you can take that can allow you to avoid the brunt of price hikes; the best of which is switching to a supplier who offers a more competitive rate, when your existing one puts their prices up.
Leaving the heating on all day on a low temperature is cheaper than turning the heating up and down or on and off as needed.
FALSE: For the majority of householders leaving your room thermostat on all day at a lower temperature will not only mean that your home will never be at a comfortable temperature but it will also waste heat when you do not need it. Room thermostats turn the heat on and off when your home reaches the set temperature that you feel comfortable at. Combine this with a timer control that tells your heating system to come on only when you need it to save money on your energy bills.
Holding an umbrella, plus your bag and anything else you need when out and about in the rain can make enjoying a coffee on the go rather tricky.
But that's all about to change because a gadget has been invented to stop rain-lashed commuters being forced to awkwardly juggle a brolly with their morning coffee.
Frozen: Lights that usually reflect the water of Niagara Falls illuminate the ice after it froze over on Monday
Rare: It is uncommon for the rushing water to freeze over the Falls, but it has happened twice so far this winter
Icy: A man is pictured walking in front of the partially frozen American side of the Falls as subfreezing temperatures freeze the Northeast
Take two: The Falls has frozen twice this winter. In January when a polar vortex gripped north America, the American Falls froze over
Roku on Tuesday announced the Streaming Stick, a $49.99 device that allows HD TVs to stream content from the Internet. (Roku / March 4, 2014)