In order for service to be discontinued you must complete and submit the “Request for Discountenance of Service” form to our offices at; 281 Exchange Street-Buffalo, New York-14204 or via-email email@example.com. You will also need to schedule an appointment to have the meter removed from the property which will avoid future invoicing. Once the meter has been removed Buffalo Water managed by Veolia will inactivate the existing account.
In accordance with the Buffalo Water Board Regulations, whenever a water meter has been installed at a property, it is the owner’s responsibility to prevent the water meter from freezing. Below you will find several helpful hints to prevent the freezing of your water meter.
Estimated consumption is clearly identified on all monthly and quarterly invoice(s) within the “Meter Reading” section. Estimated consumption is a direct result of a meter device malfunction that has occurred at the property. In cases like this please contact our Customer Service office at 716-847-1065 to arrange an appointment to have the necessary repairs performed.
Although everyone’s consumption is different, the average household should be utilizing approximately four thousand cubic feet (4,000 cf) per quarter.
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Upon receipt of my most recent invoice I noticed the high consumption and I made arrangements with a private plumber to investigate potential leaks. They found the leaks and I immediately made the repairs. How can I prevent being surprised again?
Residential meters are read once every 3 months, or quarterly, yet a property owner can monitor their readings as often as they like, to prevent surprises like high water bills. The meter readings should be monitored by the owner on a monthly basis. In addition, all water meters have a low flow indicator located between the seven and eight on the face of the water meter. This little red triangle will be moving if water is running through the meter, if your not using water when it is moving, you should check all fixtures for leaks.
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