Energy rates can be confusing. There are variable (floating) rates, fixed rates and regulated rates. Fixed Rates Fixed rates are set rates that do not fluctuate with the market and are guaranteed for the duration of your contract term. Fixed rates require a contract, with a minimum one year commitment.... read more →
Bill Crush has shopped the market to compare energy prices and find you the lowest rates available.
Here is a list of some of the utility companies in Alberta that we currently track on behalf of our clients:
'Loved this service! Sharole was easy to work with, quick to reply with detailed options/pricing to help us save nearly $2,500/year. Well worth the cost.'- Josh L
David was able to save about $1,044/year on electricity and natural gas.- David
Patricia was able to shave her utility bill by about $697/year.- Patricia
The Szabo family had us review their cell phones, utilities, cable TV ad home phone and we were able to find them $2,325 in annual estimated savings!- Szabo Family
Mommy blogger able to save about $675per year. Read about it here. link: http://refinedimperfection.ca/review-how-bill-crush-found-our-family-annual-savings-of-675/- Refined Imperfection
'Holy, what a shock! My bills are almost half now thanks to BillCrush. I can put those savings towards other things now. Thank You!' (saved $1,900 per year on TV, cell, internet and energy bills).- Ken C
Tips To Save On Monthly Bills
Visit our tips section for lots of great ideas on saving money on your monthly bills like your cell phone, internet, gas, electricity, cable TV and home phone.
Bill Crush recently reviewed the rates for residential energy in Calgary and the results are shocking (and confusing). It's no wonder that the average consumer doesn't shop around. The problem is, not shopping around could cost you up to 56% more, just because of the rate plan or energy provider... read more →
Read our review and check out the $60 sign-up bonus below! One of our goals as a family is to be debt free. For a brief moment we were debt free, but then the credit card bills arrived and boom, we owed money again because of the purchases we made... read more →