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United utilities water bill...Does this sound abit pricy?

adamck Avatar
6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
Hi Guys
I dont know how much water usually costs and its obviously hard to explain how much we use due to not having a water meter etc...
But does £59 a month sound s alittle pricy for a water bill?
I im in a semi-detatched 2 bed bungalow in merseyside with just 2 of us in there and we work fulltime mon-fri.
Its a new boiler and recently insulated and all double glased etc...
We dont use heating very much as its a well insulated small house.
The garden is all flagged so we dont water the garden much and we only have 1 bathroom with 1 bath/shower.

Last months bill was £55 and this month £59
am i being ripped off? would a water meter help me?

Thanks for any info!
adamck Avatar
6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
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banned#1
why are you paying different amounts per month if you not on a meter, also isnt your bill split over less than 12 months
#2
Ask to have an assessed bill. That way you won't be charged at the rateable value of your property.
#3
Get a water meter put in I live in a two bed bungalow and was paying £42 a month now I pay £23 it's scandalous how they can just guestimate your bill, get it so wrong and get away with it.
#4
we had a water meter in our last apartment which was a two bedroomed place, only two of us there, i was studying so i was home a lot. and we had showers everyday and batsh fairly often. We were getting charge around £75 per quarter...so around £25 pm.
#5
Sounds very high to me, i'm in the south east and our bill is around £40 a month and we are not on a meter. Before we moved 2 years ago to our current house ( 3 bed ) we had a new build 2 bed flat on a meter and that was around £25- £30 a month.
#6
Thanks guys!
ill get onto them and play hell :)
#7
Sounds very expensive tbh. I would have expected around £25 a month. In our house there are 3 of us and between us there must be about 10 baths a week, 4 showers plus the dishwasher every day and about 8 loads of washing a week and our metered bill is around £24 a month.
#8
vinylandtrinkets
do not ask for a water meter. we didnt have one in our last house and paid £30 a month via DD. now we are on a meter and pay £65 a month, dont use any more water then we did before still just the 3 of us living here.
yet the guy on the one side of us pays £25 a month and the couple the other side pay the same as us.
the meters are flaming expensive.


You must be a heavy water user then. Thus depends on your usage what works out best.
#9
lol we dont even have a dishwasher (other than the mrs :p )
So we should be pretty light users.
Ill call them and see whats going on.
Is there anyone else you can go with other than united utilities?
#10
adamck
lol we dont even have a dishwasher (other than the mrs :p )
So we should be pretty light users.
Ill call them and see whats going on.
Is there anyone else you can go with other than united utilities?


i'm sure you can't change your water company, so your stuck with them.:x
#11
vinylandtrinkets
do not ask for a water meter. we didnt have one in our last house and paid £30 a month via DD. now we are on a meter and pay £65 a month, dont use any more water then we did before still just the 3 of us living here.
yet the guy on the one side of us pays £25 a month and the couple the other side pay the same as us.
the meters are flaming expensive.


sounds like you could have a leak somewhere :?
#12
jellybaby22
:o
I live in a two bedroom semi detatched... my water bill for the year is £258..split over 10 monthly payments..... maybe its different in scotland though


Yes it is different in scotland because its all included in our high council tax bills.

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