How to save $1,400 per year on your water meter with a water meter app


An app to keep tabs on water usage and manage water bills is gaining popularity in Washington state, but it could take a few more weeks for the water meter to hit the streets.

The app, called WaterSense, is free to download, but some are worried that it’s going to take some time to gain traction with the public.

WaterSense’s creator, a WaterSense employee, told the Seattle Times he plans to add a monthly fee to get more people using the app.

“There are a lot of people who are not using it and they want to use it, but they don’t want to pay,” said Andy Krasner, a Seattle-based water meter installer.

Krasener is not alone in his concern.

According to a recent survey of users by the Seattle Department of Ecology, more than half of users had heard of the app before but were unsure of its utility.

“I’ve heard people saying they didn’t think they’d ever use it,” said Krascher, adding that there are other utilities that use similar apps to make billing and maintenance more efficient.

Water Sense has received some positive reviews from the public and has become a hot topic in Washington.

In April, the company started receiving emails from customers asking for help finding out more about the app and its features.

Users of the free app have reported that they have been able to save thousands of dollars.

But Krasberger said the app is not meant for everyday use and should not be used for that.

He also noted that the app does not give users any information about how much water they are using or what other meters are being used by customers.

Instead, it will let them see a list of water meters that they can manage using the user’s smartphone.

Krakner said he would like to see the app become a free service that can be used by people who want to manage their water usage, but he said he hasn’t heard of anyone willing to pay for it.

A Seattle-area water meter company said that WaterSense is not the right tool for their customers.

The WaterSense app is a “one-size-fits-all utility,” said Scott Burda, president of Green Solutions, a water meters provider.

“If you need a meter, you can buy a water supply meter, which has no information about where the water comes from,” Burdah said.

Burdi said the company has received about 150 inquiries about the service since it launched in April.

Burden said that while the app has attracted some positive feedback, he believes the app needs to have more features that are more accessible to the public, like information about usage.

Water sensors can detect water levels in different parts of the home and can be a useful tool for monitoring how much energy is being used, but Burdas said he doesn’t think the app would be as useful for consumers who have more complicated water meters.

“It is a utility tool, but the utility utility is not going to be able to give you the information that you need to understand how your water is being treated,” Burden told the newspaper.

Water meters can be expensive, but for a water bill that is as simple as a couple of taps, they can save users money.

According, WaterSense says it costs the company $200 to install a water sensor and install a meter in the home.

In addition, Water Sense charges $0.25 for every kilowatt-hour of energy used by users.

Kraeder, of Green solutions, said he believes that the water meters would be cheaper if WaterSense had more information about its users.

The company doesn’t give users a breakdown of how much electricity is being drawn from the water system, Burdsaid, but users can get a general idea about the usage by viewing usage graphs on the WaterSense website.

“The goal of WaterSense would be to provide information about the actual amount of water that’s being used,” Krasnersaid.

“People should be able look at that and know exactly how much they’re using, because that’s what’s going into the system.”