Cascade Natural Gas
Generally when we are reading a meter for billing purposes, we do not require access in order to read the meter. If we are setting up service or canceling service we will require access to the meter for a final billing read.
NSTAR: Frequently Asked Questions
On average, your meter is read once a month (called an actual read), which is how NSTAR generates your monthly bill. Sometimes, however, NSTAR cannot retrieve an actual read of your bill, and must generate an estimated read, which means your monthly bill will be based upon past usage. Check out our Understanding Your Bill page to learn more about your bill.
BWL: Customer Services
The numbers on an electric meter are clearly visible from six to 10 feet away. And, by noting the position of the dial indicators, an experienced meter reader can accurately read an electric meter from as far away as twenty feet. We also provide binoculars and/or monoculars for readings beyond the range where the dials are not clearly visible. According to state law, however, we have the right to enter a customer's property for the purpose of reading the meter.
Frequently Asked Questions - Mobile Area Water & Sewer S...
Meters are read once per month at different times of the month. There is no exact date for a meter reading; however, it is read near the same date each month. On an average, the reading dates can vary from 1-4 days. For example, if your meter is usually read on the 15th of the month, it could vary from the 13th-17th. The customer should receive the bill approximately three (3) days after the reading date.
Frequently Asked Questions
Our Customer Service Center schedules meter reading service calls. The number is 645-8270. Representatives are available to take your call Monday through Friday 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
The majority of PEC meters are read remotely over our power lines, so you do not have to send us a meter reading each month. However, if you would like to track your electric consumption by reading your meter, go to Reading Your Meter for details.
Universal Utilities Inc.
Depending on your meter device, you may have a remote located on the outside of your home. This may have numbers on it. If not, your meter should be located on your water supply line and your meter head will show a dial of what your consumption reads. This could be read in cubic feet or gallons. There are 748 gallons in 100 cubic feet.Back to Top
Cascade Natural Gas
Cascade Natural Gas goal is to read meters as close to every 30 days as possible. Weekends and holidays may add a day or two to the read dates. Occasionally, it may be necessary to estimate your meter reading due to weather, access, or other reasons. If your meter reading is estimated, the reason will be stated on your bill. All estimates are based on the average monthly consumption for a three-year period if available.
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Details of your next scheduled read are on your account. If you need some assistance, phone us, or complete the on-line enquiry form – don’t forget to include your address and account details.
Entergy Louisiana - Frequently Asked Questions
Generally, your meter is read on the same day each month. Each meter is allocated to a daily reading cycle. Weather and the seasons may put our meter readers behind schedule. We do not read meters after dark, so on bad weather days and short daylight days (e.g., December), or due to limited access to your meter (a locked gate for example), we may fall one-to-three days behind in making the reading.