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Water meters are important to gauge how much water your home is using -- and a key indicator whether water may be wasting due to leaks.
Request a New Water Meter
Information on requesting a new water meter and the associated costs.
Reading a Water Meter
Learning how to read your water meter is important, particularly if you receive a high water bill. Reading your water meter may clue you in on a leak in or around your home that results in a high bill.
A submeter is used to measure the water not entering the sanitary sewer system and is normally associated with irrigation, cooling towers on buildings and pool filling. By installing a submeter, you will be able to water your lawn and fill your pool without paying a sewer charge for the water used.
A floating meter is typically connected to a fire hydrant or an existing water service that does not have a meter installed. A floating meter is typically used when water is needed for a temporary project (such as a construction job) but is not otherwise available.
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