You use an average of litres of water per day.
Take a look at your personal water usage report. If you followed all of the savings suggested, you could be paying £ a year!
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of heated water usage
Average cost of energy
See how we calculated your total
We first take your total water usage that would be heated, based on the numbers you have given during this water calculation. This figure is then converted into the amount of energy used to heat that water. We then take the current cost of energy, which is multiplied with your energy usage to give you the total cost to heat your water.
The Smith family consists of two parents and two children. Using gas to heat all of the water they use, they pay 4.49p per kWh. On average, they use 15,000 litres per month. The total cost of heated water for them will be £7.50.
We all like to make a saving – and one of the easiest ways to reduce your water bill is to apply for a meter. To help you decide whether a meter is right for you, why not spend a few minutes completing our water usage calculator? It only takes a few clicks, and we’ll tell you immediately if you could make a saving. If you already have a water meter fitted in your home, our calculator will give you some hints and tips on how to make further water savings – helping to reduce your water bill. Give it a try - you might be surprised how much you could save.
We will use this information to see how many people in your region are interested in a water meter. We can use this information to improve our planning.
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Remember to include children and babies.
Exclude holidays where you are away from the property or if you work away and the property is left unoccupied. Normal occupancy will be between 48 - 52 weeks.
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If you're out at work during the day select evenings and weekends.
We'll use this information to calculate how much it costs you heat your water.
This is a program on some washing machines that can be used to reduce running costs by using less water and electricity for smaller wash loads.
If a model doesn’t have an economy wash or half-load option then it might be fitted with a sensor to determine the amount of laundry in the drum instead.
This is a program on dishwashers that can be used to reduce running costs by using less water and electricity for smaller loads.
If a model doesn't have an economy setting or half-load option then it might be fitted with a sensor to determine how full the dishwasher is.
Select modern if the property was built after 1998.
You will usually flush the toilet more than you think, especially if there are children in the house. Work on at least 3 flushes per person per day.
Remember, this is for everyone in the house.
Try to average the amount of time e.g. 1 person spends10 minutes, another 20 mins therefore average is 15mins.
Ensure children and babies are included in this figure.
Assumes usage in summer months from May to August.
Don't forget to include filling your paddling pool or outdoor spa.
Please do not include water filled from water butts.
This shows us how water efficient you are.
All vehicles including cars, vans, motorbikes, caravans etc.
Assumes usage all year round. Number of times a bucket is used for car cleaning/window cleaning per month.
Assumes usage all year round. Approximate number of times the hosepipe/jet washer is used for car cleaning/patio cleaning per wash.
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