California Utility Billing and Submetering Services
Think Utility Services soon mastered the re-piping process and proved to be a leader in the industry with more than 100,000 units during that time. Think Utility Services, as an expert in re-piping and water consumption solutions, quickly responded to real estate owners/managers concerns in multifamily utility services. Our field experts bring practical as well as technical knowledge and expertise to our submetering program. By installing and servicing our own systems, we meet and exceed the needs of the submetering industry and our Property Owners/Managers.
Think Utility Services offers submetering solutions for owners and managers of apartments, condominiums, offices, retail stores, manufactures, RV parks, mobile homes and new development. Our first priority is to efficiently recover utility costs through the application of submetering measurement technologies. Get in touch with us for all your water utility needs.
We can provide water, gas, and electric submetering services all over California from San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Sacramento, San Jose, and more. Think Utility Services also provides utility billing for all customers that can be designed specifically for your establishment. Please fill out a form for more information from our professional sales team.
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California State Submetering Policies
California law has generally required utility water meters for all new water service connections installed since 1992. In 2004, the state expanded this requirement to pre-existing connections by requiring all urban water suppliers (public or private water companies serving at least 3,000 customers) to install utility water meters on all of their water service connections. The suppliers that receive water from the federal Central Valley Project had to meet this requirement by Jan. 1, 2013 and begin charging their customers based on the actual volume of water delivered by March 1, 2013. Other urban water suppliers must install utility meters on all of their service connections by Jan.1, 2025. Starting Jan. 1, 2010, their charges for any customer with a metered connection must be based on the actual volume of water delivered, as measured by the water meter. The law allows the water companies to recover their related costs through rates, fees, or charges. Source: NCSL
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