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what is your average water bill per year

happyfellahappyfella Member Posts: 162 Courageous
edited February 1 in Finances and extra costs
I have been looking at our water bills. We have three people in the house and have a water meter which they read when they can be bothered. Most of the time it is once a year or once yevery two years. We are paying £50 direct debit each month which seems a lot to me for three people living in the property. It is a pitty you cannot do what you do with electirc bills where you can swap companies, but with water each area has their own company

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  • [Deleted User][Deleted User] Posts: 1,651 Listener
    I have a direct debit each month to Yorkshire Water, and I use a LOT of water as I have a bath every day and I'm always making coffees.

  • janer1967janer1967 Member Posts: 12,060 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi 

    I have water meter 2 of us in a bungalow and I pay £22 per month 

    We dont use great deal tho only put washer on once a week my son has showers I have bath twice a week and strip wash daily 


    Here to help with my experience in hunan resources and employment rights 
  • CressCress Member Posts: 860 Pioneering
    Before having a water meter installed I was paying £55 a month, three bedroom bungalow with just myself a d son.
    I now only pay £36 a month.
    Was really unsure about having a meter installed, but so glad I did.
  • leeCalleeCal Member Posts: 4,153 Disability Gamechanger
    No water meter £450 approx a year that’s £37.50 pcm 
  • OverlyAnxiousOverlyAnxious Member Posts: 1,608 Disability Gamechanger
    Single person, studio flat - £33 a month.

    Between OCD and IBS, I use a lot of water though!  :(

    Also worth noting half of the payment is for sewage.  And the majority of the rest is the standing charge (different depending on area).  Your actual usage isn't much at all.
  • woodbinewoodbine Community Co-Production Group Posts: 5,107 Disability Gamechanger
    We live in a park home so it's a bit different, in total we pay £220 a year for water, sewage and drainage.
    I will now only offer benefits advice on PIP, and specific benefits advice for other people with Epilepsy. 
  • vikingqueenvikingqueen Member Posts: 532 Pioneering
          No water meter, £295 a year  £24 something a month... its cheaper up north  ;)
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