Could I save with a water meter?

For some people, being on a meter can make a huge difference to their bills, because they only pay for what they use rather than a set price based on the type of house they live in (known as ‘rateable value’).

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How much could I save with a meter?

Depending on your house and who lives there, will determine whether a water meter is going to save you money or not. So if you’re thinking of taking the plunge and applying for one, you might like to know what the average metered bill is for a house like yours.

Living on your own

£216 - £342

Single person

Just the two of you

£342 - £468


Three's company

£468 - £595

Parents with child

Growing family

£595 - £721

Parents with two children

Full house

£658 - £784

Family of five

Check your usage 

Every house is different and we all use water differently too. If you want to double check whether switching is right for you, try our water calculator to check your usage.

Calculate your usage

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What if I change my mind?

Scared of committing?  We get it! That’s why we have a Switch Back Service for extra piece of mind.

If you have a meter fitted but don’t think it’s right for you, you can switch back to being billed the old way within two years of having the meter installed. So it’s win-win.

Interested in getting a water meter?

Find out how to request a meter and what to expect when we fit it.

Request a water meter

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