Heating Bill Leads

Fresh Telephone Generated HEATING BILLS Leads

Expenditure on gas and electricity is the household bill component that has been escalating rapidly during the past decade. Every home wants to reduce payments on their energy bills and considers getting energy-saving devices or even advice on household energy conservation. If your organization or company can help struggling consumers have lower bills, then let Datablazers Inc. (DBI) connect you.

DBI has reliable data supply of more than 100, 000 households who may be interested in ways on how to reduce costs on their heating bills. Your company will want access to these leads for your specific campaign on saving energy. Better yet, we can create a set of marketing questions suited for your advertisement.

We carry out our marketing questionnaire all over the UK, to assess the target market objectively. We consider participation of ages from 18 to 64 for this particular study. First, we clarify our intent and inform the respondents that a marketing representative may contact them thereafter based on their response to questions. Next, if the interviewee corresponds well, we ask them their basic personal information such as full name, age, home address & status of ownership, and phone numbers etc.

 

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Sample Question for Heating Bills

Q1. The next question is on behalf of (Your brand). You could save up to £500 on your gas and electric, with a FREE UK price reduction. Would you like to find out more?

Answer: YES = lead

More UK households and businesses have taken actions to consume energy efficiently. This means maximizing the resource wisely to reduce consumption and market demand. Buying everyday products and new innovations that are energy-efficient contribute to this awareness. Heating costs account for almost 60% of a UK household’s energy bills. Concerted efforts by various organizations and agencies have been educating consumers on basic heat-saving systems in homes and workplaces.

Online campaigns have made recommendations on Heating, Ventilation and Air-conditioning (HVAC) more available to consumers. Energy-saving tips usually include – switching to energy-efficient boilers, improving systems on air-conditioning, heating controls, warm-air heaters, or other heating equipment. Better insulation to enhance building heat is essential as well. These were some of the key points stipulated in the October 2016 Advisory Group Report for the UK Climate Change Committee (CCC). The report discusses recommendations for enhancing the Policy for Heat and Energy Efficiency.

UK’s Department of Energy and Climate Change sees a growing potential in the energy efficiency sector. For almost a decade, it has generated around 136,000 jobs and reached sales of £17.6 billion in 2011 with a 4-5% annual growth rate.