August and September are some of the hottest in Texas, as weather spikes hot enough to scorch grass and keep pools warm. With hotter temperatures comes increased water use, and higher water bills.
Residents of Firethorne can keep their water expenses down using the smart meters that were installed by Inframark and Fort Bend County Municipal Utility District 151 (FBCMUD 151).
These meters automatically track water usage and interact with the Eye on Water website and mobile app. The site and app help consumers know just how much water they are using and quickly identify water leaks and other usage spikes.
Getting started with the Eye on Water site or app is convenient, especially when you follow these easy tips:
Once residents register for the service, make certain to set up a leak alert. Leak alerts will help you identify when water consumption rises dramatically. A leak alert notification can help residents save water by advising them when to investigate possible water leaks. This can help residents save money on their water bills by fixing dripping faucets, changing irrigation and watering schedules, or adjusting the autofill settings on pools.
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