Saving the State of Arizona Millions of Gallons of Water while also Saving Arizona Communities Millions of Dollars
HOA Water delivers submetering, the single largest cost reduction and water conservation effect available to Arizona communities.
PHOENIX, AZ, October 29, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Many multifamily HOA communities are struggling to pay their bills and are constantly looking for ways to reduce spending. Water is often one of the largest cost a community has and is also one of the hardest to control. Traditional methods of water conservation like desert landscaping and irrigation control do not address the core problem of responsibility.
In most multifamily HOA communities the residents are not directly responsible for the cost of water that they use. Instead the community association pays the entire water bill using funds collected as assessments. By separating water from assessments and billing residents individually through the use of a water submeter the residents become directly responsible for the cost of water.
This allows the HOA to recover as much as 75% of their water cost and reduce water usage by as much as 28%. With the new cost control measure in place communities can often lower the residents' monthly assessment fees.
Ironically, most communities have never heard of submetering or realize that it is a solution to their problem.
Studies show a single leaky toilet can cost as much as $300 a month in water waste. There is no incentive to repair the leaky toilet without being directly responsible for the cost of being wasted.
Submetering is affordable; HOA Water offers a rebate to substantially lower the cost of installation. The initial investment is easily recovered within the first three to four months of billing.
The meter read, billing and payment collection service is conducted similar to what you would expect from a city billing a single family residence for water. There are no costs to the community association related to the billing service. Each resident is billed a small administrative fee on their monthly statement for the services rendered.
For more information or a property evaluation you can contact HOA Water at 602-510-2614, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us on the web at hoawater.com
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