For house movers
When you move home, we move with you. You don't have to start everything over when you change your address. We take care of all matters related to your electricity contract on your behalf.
Instant electricity contract on our 24/7 phone line for movers
Draw up an instant electricity contract for your new home on our telephone service for house movers, which is open 24 hours a day.
Our phone line for home movers provides a 24/7 electricity contract service for existing and new customers.
Call us now: 09 617 8020
Calls to our phone line for movers are charged at standard local or mobile network rates.
Make an electricity contract online
Do you need a new electricity contract?
Draw up an electricity contract for your new home easily in our online service.
Are you a existing customer?
Move your existing electricity contract to your new home easily by submitting your change of address notification.
Don't forget these when you move house
Don't forget to notify the managers of your old and new housing company that you are moving.
Many companies will receive your new address from the Population Information System, but it is advisable to ensure this by submitting a separate notification of change of address to each company. You can check on the website of the Population Register Centre where the notification of change of address will be sent automatically.
Removal companies are always busy at the turn of the month, and therefore it is worth booking them early.
Connecting to the internet at your new home may require a visit by a technician, and therefore it is worth notifying your service provider of your move in good time beforehand.
Make sure that your home insurance cover is sufficient also for your new home.
In a detached home, make sure that you have agreed on water supplies and waste collection. In Helsinki, draw up a contract on district heat deliveries or make sure that you have an appropriate electricity contract.
In housing companies, major renovations must be notified to the manager of the housing company. Painting and decorating is permitted in privately owned apartments, but in rented apartments these must be agreed upon separately with the landlord.