We all have seen much higher figures on a utility bill than we have expected. Is this something that has just happened to you? Do not panic yet; sometimes it can be a small mistake that can be easily resolved.
So take a look at your bills, compare it with previous months and see below what could be possibly a reason for the increase of your payment.
1. Meter read error
Each month the energy consumption in your property is typically charged based on a reading taken directly from your utility meter. If that reading is not accurate, your bill may be higher than it should be.
2. Overlapping bill periods
If your last and current billing periods overlap, by even two days, you might be charged twice for those days. Call your provider to ask for a refund of those overlapping days.
3. Mistake in invoice calculation
Mistakes happen. So take a closer look at your bill, add all the numbers. Perhaps the supplier has calculated some rates wrong. To avoid such time-consuming situation, you can use a professional utility service that will take a good care of your bills.
4. It has been awhile since you received a bill
The lack of news is not good in that case! You should contact your supplier to resolve the problem since you are obligated to pay your bills for the energy you use.
You can decrease the chance of the utility bill errors by introducing the right management system that will help you to keep on track with your monthly costs. Only this way you can be sure that your bills are managed correctly each month.
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