@wyliecoyoteuk for 2 months? that's damn cheap. Mines £60/month which is insulting since our house is surrounded by reservoirs
£60 a month? do you run a swimming pool,? Cornwall gets a £50 a year contribution from the the government because our prices are so high.
Since found out that we qualify for a 20% reduction because our surface water drains into a soakaway in our back garden.
@wyliecoyoteuk nope, just a detached house. Probably paying a penalty for not having a water meter. It's extremely expensive either way, our last house was less than £40 a month without a meter
@rpcutts @ollyclarkdotorg @stardot #
Yes, so the more your property is worth, the more you pay, whereas with a meter, you pay for usage.
ours works out just under £5 per cubic meter plus standing charges, we used 15 cubic meters in 2 months.
That included refilling the hot tub twice after moving it, which is around1.8 cubic meters, and having the central heating refilled after moving a radiator.
Mind you we no longer have a bath, replaced it with a walk in shower.
@stardot @rpcutts @ollyclarkdotorg
There are water meter calculators that tell you whether it is worth it.
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