Changing To A Water Meter

If you’re a renter, it’s likely that your landlord is responsible for getting water meters installed in the apartments or units. If you’re a homeowner, you may need to get a water meter installed if you don’t already have one.

The process of getting a water meter installed usually goes something like this:

1. Call your local water department and ask for a water meter installation.

2. The water department will send someone out to your house to measure the flow of water.

3. Based on the measurement, they will determine what size of meter is needed.

4. The water department will then order the meter and have it installed.

Individual water meters are becoming more and more common, as they allow for more accurate billing of water use. Having your own water meter also means that you’re responsible for keeping an eye on your own water usage, which can help you save money on your monthly water bill.

If you’re thinking about getting a water meter installed in your home, you may want to hire a plumber. They can install the individual water meter for your unit or apartment and make sure that it works correctly.

Generally, individual water meters are used in large buildings such as apartments and condos. If you’re wondering what to do if you don’t already have a water meter installed in your house, you should contact your water department. They may be able to install individual meters for each unit in your house, which will make billing and usage easier 

Though individual water meters are more common in apartment buildings (due to the large numbers of people using the same water), individual home owners can install them as well.