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Does anyone know if it would be beneficial for me, to have a water meter installed? There's just me & my son in my house & I pay almost £200 a year to Thames Water.
There are a couple of past threads that may help you make your decision: Water bills questions and comment and Switching to water meter.
Oh and regarding meters v rates.... I live alone, only take showers and run my washing machine 1 or 2 times a week. My water bills vary between £35 and £50 per 6 monthly bill.
regards Sir Stanley :-*
And £70-100 per year sounds a lot better than the £384 I currently pay them!!
I just pop in now and then....