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modoos wrote: »
definitely if there arnt many of you in a household go for a meter, i did it and im saving already. you have a year to change back I think.
urgot wrote: »
Are there some options to fool the water meter?
kev2006n wrote: »
In this weeks news letter, 23/3/15, a woman claimed to have her water bill reduced from £65 per month to £4.50 a month. Don't think this can be possible. My standing charges are more than that. Perhaps some claims should be checked before being entered into the newsletter.
We have recently moved to a house (2+ years) with a water meter. Just 2 of us and we spend 5 months of the year abroad. The bills are incredible. So high. I would never pick a meter. We are careful with water usage and still find the bills unreasonable. (We did have a leak which took 14 months to sort out. We know turn stopcock off every time we go away.)
My advice is do not switch. However, if you don't wash, shower or clean then there might be a chance for a small saving.
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