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Existing Domestic Users:
Following the conclusion of it's investigation into the domestic bulk LPG market, the Competition Commission have concluded that customers who are not in contract are able to switch supplier without having to change tanks, unless siting of the storage tank does not comply with current uklpg regulations.
We offer a comprehensive price comparison and switching service at no cost to you, and are able to negotiate the best prices with suppliers given the volume of business we generate.
We help find the perfect solution for you with FREE independent advice, we talk to potenital new suppliers on your behalf, negotiating the best deals, with none of your details passed over to the new suppliers until you are happy to change your supply.
Existing Domestic Users Click 'Here' For More Information.
Existing Commercial Users:
Although tank exchange is required when wishing to change supplier, usually a notice period of 90 days is standard practice (depending on the terms of your inital agreement)
Changing supplier can still be a worthy cost reducing measure, using all our expertise we are able to negotiate the best business rates available, you will also be benefiting of a new storage tank and equipment.
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New Domestic or Commercial Users:
Choosing your L.P.G. supplier can be a tricky time for anyone new to the industry.
If it's for your home or business, L.P.G. Compare can provide you with FREE independent advice on all aspects on installing a new storage tank, using all our knowledge of current uklpg regulations on both above ground and underground tanks.
Helping you find a supplier suitable to your requirements.
For information on above ground tanks click 'HERE'
For information on underground tanks click 'HERE'
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