Water Meters
Tax Planning and Financial

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16 years ago
so long as the tenant is responsible for using the water as they would be other services. I have a water meter in a big house with dishwasher, washing machine, baths and showers daily and 2 kids etc and it is still more cost effective so long as you are sensible with water. If there is a charge for the meter perhaps the tenant would meet the cost as they are the ones wanting it and it is optional to have. Thats a good saving a year of £600 for them.

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