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Change the way you pay for water: Do you have a water meter, or do you pay a fixed price every year? Depending on your household one method might be cheaper than the other. More on this below.
Pick up some free water-saving gadgets: You can find more tips on the Energy Saving Trust website. Is it worth switching to a water meter?
You pay a set price per year - this is called rateable billing. How much you pay depends on your home — you can read more on the United Utilities website. You have a water meter - this means you pay for the water you use.
Generally speaking, the bigger your home and the fewer people that live in it, the more likely you are to save money with a water meter.
You can use the calculator on the Consumer Council for Water website. If your water use changes — perhaps when the kids leave home — you might want to try the calculator again. This alternative is called an Assessed Charge. Tips for using less water Once you have a water meter, depending on your supplier you might not be able to switch back to rateable billing, even if you think it would be cheaper.
In that case, you can save a lot by reducing your water use. Find tips on the Energy Saving Trust website. Want to save money on your other bills?
Have a look at How to save money on household bills. Struggling to pay your water bill? If you find yourself unable to pay your water bills your first step is to talk to your supplier.
They might be able to work out a repayment scheme that works for you. Did you find this guide helpful?Building over or near a sewer Last reviewed: 29/07/ AM If you’re planning to improve your home by extending it, adding a conservatory, annex or garage it’s likely there will be pipes within your land.
As well as checking the local authority's Building Regulations, it's important you work with us to make sure the pipework is protected and our access isn't restricted.
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