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WaterWatch Corporation recently completed the successful retrofit of an existing wireless water submetering system for a 100-plus unit multifamily community located in the Orlando metro area. WaterWatch will also manage the utility billing for this community, which was previously handled by another provider.

Prior to the transition, WaterWatch worked diligently with the property’s management team on implementation issues including state regulation compliance, rate analysis and resident notification.

WaterWatch has successfully worked with hundreds of multifamily and commercial property owners across the nation to control and reduce utility expenses through utility submetering. We offer a wide range of submetering services including installation, meter reading, resident invoicing and payment collections.

Interesting in learning how a partnership with WaterWatch Corporation can benefit your organization? Call us today at 800-256- 9826 to speak with an in-house representative!

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Spring is officially here and energy conservation is just as important now as it was all winter long. Are your residents aware of maintenance issues and water conservation techniques that can help them to reduce their utility bills this spring? Check out some water-saving tips for multifamily residents below. […]

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WaterWatch Corporation has recently signed on to provide the utility billing services for a 350 unit new construction multifamily property in Atlanta, Georgia, as well as a 300 unit retrofit project for a multifamily property in Dover, Delaware. WaterWatch will oversee the installation of the water submeters and wireless submetering systems for these properties, as well as manage ongoing utility billing services.

Educating Multifamily Residents on Water Conservation

Since water submetering places the responsibility for water costs in residents’ hands, we encourage each of the multifamily properties we work with to educate their residents on conservation strategies that can help to reduce utility bill costs. It’s also important to ensure that residents are aware of common maintenance issues, such as leaky toilets, that can lead to high water bills when left unattended.

We offer several water conservation and maintenance tips on mywaterwatchbill.com and encourage property owners and managers to share these with their community in email updates and resident portals!

National Utility Submetering Solutions

WaterWatch offers a wide range of utility submetering services including installation, meter reading, resident invoicing, and payment collection to properties across the nation. Interested in learning how a partnership with WaterWatch Corporation can benefit your organization? Call us today at 800-256- 9826 to speak with an in-house representative!

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WaterWatch Corporation recently signed-on to provide the utility billing services for 250+ unit, new construction multifamily property in the Nashville metro area. WaterWatch will oversee the installation of the water submeters and the wireless submetering systems, as well as manage ongoing utility billing services.

“We’re looking forward to expanding our presence in Tennessee and educating even more multifamily property owners on the benefits of utility submetering,” said Todd Quarterman, president of WaterWatch Corporation.

WaterWatch offers a wide range of utility submetering services to multifamily and commercial properties including installation, meter reading, resident invoicing and payment collections. We ensure that every organization’s submetering experience is tailored to their property’s specific needs.

Interesting in learning how a partnership with WaterWatch Corporation can benefit your organization? Call us today at 800-256- 9826 to speak with an in-house representative!

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Ratio utility billing (RUBS) is the practice of allocating a municipal utility bill across a multifamily, commercial, condominium, or manufactured home community based on variables such as the number of occupants and square footage of the unit. RUBS can be implemented for almost all utilities including water, wastewater, electric, gas, and trash.  […]

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Are your residents complaining about high energy bills? This video from the Alliance to Save Energy is a great resource to share with multifamily residents and offers some helpful tips for renters interested in reducing their energy costs!

Be sure to check out our resident website, MyWaterWatchBill.com for even more electric, gas, and water conservation tips!

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WaterWatch Corporation recently signed-on to provide the utility billing services for a 250+ unit, new construction multifamily property in the Charlotte metro area. WaterWatch will oversee the installation of the water submeters and wireless submetering systems for the apartments, as well as manage ongoing utility billing services. […]

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It’s been over three decades since water submetering entered the marketplace here in the United States, allowing owners of residential apartments, retail centers/commercial plazas, mixed use buildings, HOAs, and MHPs to reduce utility costs and energy consumption, while simultaneously increasing savings and property value.

Submetering systems installed today are much more sustainable and have a longer life span than submeters installed 30 years ago. In fact, the lifespan of newer submetering systems is upwards of 15-20 years! […]

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Is your property plagued by high heating bills during fall and winter months? Learn how taking steps now to prepare your property for cooler weather can help to greatly reduce utility costs! […]

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Did you know that WaterWatch Corporation offers direct deposit services? Direct deposit allows us to deposit monthly utility reimbursements into your checking or savings account as soon as the billing cycle is complete. There’s no need to change your present banking relationship to take advantage of this complimentary service! […]

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