A water meter could save you on average £264 a year and reduce the amount of water you use by up to 20%. It could not only reduce your bill, but also help save water and protect our local environment.
To find out if a water meter is right for you, try our water usage calculator to see if you can save money.
*To find out if there could be a charge, read step 3 on applying for a water meter.
If your tenancy agreement is for over six months, you can apply for a water meter online, and you don't need your landlord's permission. Try our online usage calculator to see if you could save money with a meter.
If your agreement is for less than six months, you need your landlord's permission to apply. Download our landlord permission form and email it to email@example.com - make sure to include your name, address and account number if you know it, so we can sort out your application quickly.
Our water bill is £18 monthly, we don't skimp on usage although we shower rather than fill the bath. We use a fair amount of water on the garden in summer too. Definitely better with a meter.
I’m down to £16 on a meter. Two of us are in the house. Moved to a meter about 8 years ago. Couldn’t recommend it more. The website is very easy to use giving you the information you need.
I am single and save a huge amount..My bill has halved at the very least...fantastic.
As customers on a water meter use up to 20% less water, that saving will help keep the water flowing for everyone to enjoy, creatures great or small. Find out more at www.suffolkwildlifetrust.org