What kind of EDF Energy deals can I expect throughout the year? It’s hard to keep the lid on expenses and I could do with all the help I can get.
Your benefits can differ depending on the tariff you choose to go with, for example the Easy Online tariff can include a 50% discount on boiler cover throughout the year. On the other hand, EDF Energy also love to knock the price of their smart tech to welcome more into the family, so expect regular discounts on the likes of doorbells, cameras, light fixtures and plenty more.
How does EDF Energy help provide for electric car users?
EDF Energy is always eager to encourage its customers to go the extra mile and embrace a new eco-friendly form of transport. That’s why there are three separate services it can offer electric car drivers: leasing/renting of electric vehicles, installing a charging point for your vehicle at your home and integrating a home energy plan for your car.
Can I get any sort of emergency insurance with EDF Energy for those worst-case scenarios?
Not a problem, EDF’s got you covered with three different home emergency policies: Boiler, Heating and Total Protect plans. If it’s just your boiler and thermostat you’re worried over, grab Boiler Protect, whilst those also wanting to include their central heating should go for Heating Protect. Total Protect will cover all of these plus your plumbing, draining and roof tiles for complete comprehensive protection, so simply select the plan that best suits your needs and budget.
Do I have to pay an exit fee if I choose to cancel my EDF Energy account?
That depends, if you choose to leave EDF with less than three months left on your contract (or in the 14-day ‘cooling off’ period after first signing up) then you won’t receive any fee for cancelling. Certain tariffs also include no exit fees, so be sure to check out the fine print when first signing up.
A mainstay for UK energy, with over 5 million customers throughout the country, EDF Energy has seen quite the shift in its short but steady lifespan. With a constant aim to provide both reliable and affordable energy to customers nationwide, the company offers both fixed and fluctuating monthly tariffs to suit the budget and lifestyle of as many people as possible. With new and modern incentives including discount insurance policies, smart home technology and electrical car ports before offered yearly, the company’s constant endeavour to stay ahead of the competition and up-to-date with the times has been evidently successful and still shows little signs of stopping.
Trimming the fat from your home’s energy usage can be done in a wide range of ways, from energy-saving appliances to enhanced heating and changes to your daily routine. You can find guides on these and plenty more in the company’s energy efficiency page. Combining an EDF Energy discount code with a top-rated fridge and also repositioning your furniture can cut the cost of your usual expense by as much as half. Top it off with some long-lasting lightbulbs and with some draught proofing to put the price down even further, soon enough you’ll be laughing at your next bill.
To get questions answered on everything from your monthly payments, to smart meters and changes to your account, look through the EDF help centre for quick and easy answers. Should this not help, you’ll also be guided to the relevant phone line or live chat option, where a customer service rep will sort you out in no time.
24 hour emergency phone line: 0800 111 999