Baltimore, MD, March 04, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Recent cold weather has caused energy consumers all across the country to see large increases in their utility bills. Marylanders who have experienced this unwelcome price hike can now consider switching to a different gas or electric company with the help of PointClickSwitch.com.
The increased cost of energy comes at a bad time, but PointClickSwitch.com is making staying warm more affordable by offering consumers an easy way to shop around for other energy providers. Their site allows customers to compare energy costs in the area to meet their electric and gas needs to find the best value. By using the streamlined energy comparison tool provided by PointClickSwitch.com, users will quickly and easily be able to determine which electric company is best for their home or place of business.
“Our job is to help people stay safe and warm while saving them money,” said Phil Croskey, co-founder and CEO of PointClickSwitch.com. “We have been a trusted company since 2010, and we are dedicated to assisting customers with the often difficult task of shopping for the best electricity provider.”
With temperatures dropping to record lows in many areas, the cost of regulating a safe and comfortable temperature indoors has risen dramatically. Electric prices have been 5-15% more than the normal averages. However, customers who have recently switched providers have earned energy savings up to 17%, resulting in savings anywhere between $20 and $100 every month.
To compare energy costs of local service providers and determine potential savings on gas and electric, visit PointClickSwitch.com to compare and contrast services in your region. For more information, contact a representative at PointClickSwitch.com by calling 1-888-826-1316 or sending an email to email@example.com.
PointClickSwitch.com (PCS) provides one stop shopping for residential and commercial energy customers interested in saving time and money! The PCS platform is clean and easy to understand allowing customers to comparison shop