Why is my water bill high?
On average, each person uses 90 gallons of water per day. To calculate your average household usage, multiply the amount of residents in your house by 90 and then multiply that number by the amount of days in your billing cycle. You may expect an above-average usage if you have a pool or hot tub, irrigate your lawn or pressure clean frequently.

If you find that your bill is in excess of this amount, you may have a leak.

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1. Why is my water bill high?
2. Who is HRUBS?
3. How do I stop or start water/sewer service?
4. How do I check for leaks?
5. How do I change my billing information?
6. Why is my water discolored?
7. Why do I have stains or mineral deposits from the water?
8. Why do I have a bad taste and/or odor in my water?
9. Why do I have low water pressure?