Reducing the cost of energy bills in a restaurant

Any restaurant will consume high amounts of energy throughout the week, in fact 5% of restaurants expenses are used on utilities. However, our guide helps many restaurant owners and businesses to save money each month.

The money that you save can be used on more important things such as focusing on business growth for the future.

Saving your restaurant money

Before deciding on a supplier, it is important to run a comparison check on business energy deals – this way it is much easier to find an energy supplier that is suited to your budget. Here at Seven Dials, we recommend using Business Electric’s comparison service. They offer a free service that overlooks every major supplier to find you the best value for money. Find out more.

You are able to compare different companies side by side, so you can switch to a supplier with the best rates. Call 0800 310 1319 to see how much money you can save.

Steps to take in the future

We have a few precautions and steps to take that will help to reduce the amount that is consumed on a regular basis. These could help you to lower your costs. Contact us.

Switch your lighting up

Many businesses and homeowners have swapped traditional light bulbs to more energy efficient ones. This can help to reduce the amount of money that is spent on lighting your restaurant up on a daily basis. Read more.

Something that modern technology allows us to do is fit occupancy sensors into our lights. It has been found that it can reduce electricity usage to up to 50% as they are only used when somebody has been sensed in the room.

Insulation can reduce heat loss

Insulation helps to keep heat inside a room, so it is important to ensure that your insulation has been fitted correctly. The drought-proofing materials can help to increase energy efficiency and reduce bills. Walls in buildings are also insulated to reduce the amount of heat that escapes. Click here.

Make sure that you use a trusted and reliable professional to install your insulation as this can contribute to a decrease in heat loss.

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