water meter

Reading your water meter is like reading a digital clock. The series of numbers at the bottom or top of the dial record your water consumption in units of 100 cubic feet.

Read the numbers left to right, but don’t include the last two numbers to the right. For example if your last reading of 0200XX subtracted from this reading of 0202XX equals 2 units or 200 cubic feet.
A unit (100) equals approximately 748 gallons of water. The center dial of the meter is a flow indicator (older meters have a small red triangle or diamond) that detects leaks if it continues to spin when all the water faucets and sprinklers are turned off.

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