The provision of gas, electric and water services, will differ subject to the specifics of each WFH set up. Elements to consider include: Apportionment of usage and charges, Installation of utility services to a Garden or Home Office, Business Energy Tariff v Domestic, encouraging energy saving, consideration of free solar energy and others

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Hello, we're UW. We're the UK’s only genuine multiservice provider, trusted by over 650,000 customers and fully regulated by Ofgem, Ofcom and the Financial Conduct Authority. Contact The WFH Zone today, to speak to a UW representative to reduce your home & business utility bills.

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We’re the Smart Energy experts- installing the UK's 1st smart meter in 2008. We've helped to transform the energy industry for the better. It’s a bold claim, but it’s true. Contact The WFH Zone today, to speak to a Utilita partner to get your smart meter installed which in turn reduces your energy bills when WFH.

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Creating the most work conducive environment within the WFH zone requires careful consideration of practical, wellbeing and aesthetic products. The correct furniture, lighting, décor and other elements are directly relatable to employee satisfaction and productivity levels


When implemented correctly, the financial, wellbeing and environmental benefits of WFH can be significant for both employer and employee. Whether considering home working for one or multiple employees, ensure the business, financial, wellbeing and environmental benefits are all considered