There was at least one thread on this a while ago, but I've done a search and I can't find it/them, so I'm starting another one.
I recently got my payment plan from Thames Water for the year from May 2019, and once again my annual bill has been more or less halved.
Before I changed to a meter, in May 2016, I was paying £400 a year (well, £399.34
My average payment since then has been £195. So far I've saved around £600, with another £200 to be saved in the year to come, assuming I use around the same amount of water.
I'm not yer average water consumer, as I live by myself most of the time, so it's obviously worth doing a calculation via Thames Water's website before you bite the bullet:
(I think that's the correct link)
However, unless things have changed since I got my meter, if you find that you aren't saving money by having a meter, you have twelve months (I think) to change back to your previous billing arrangements.
I found the changeover and meter installation really easy, and Thames Water were very helpful throughout.
I bought a fruit cage for my allotment with the first year's savings, and now I'm going for a cordless hoover with the second/third years' (and possibly fourth
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit was 2019:05:17:18:53:19 by Sue.