As submetering becomes a required practice across the nation, it will soon be time for multifamily and commercial property owners to create partnerships with utility submetering and energy management companies.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
PRLog (Press Release) – April 26, 2012 -
Submetering water in multifamily and commercial properties is no longer an option for Georgia property owners. The Water Stewardship Act makes Georgia the first state to pass a law requiring all multifamily and commercial to be submetered by July of 2012. Other states are not far behind.
As submetering becomes a required practice across the nation, it will soon be time for multifamily and commercial property owners to create partnerships with utility submetering and energy management companies. Partnering with the right company can help property owners to lower operating costs and promotes energy conservation among residents. Partnering with a submetering company that offers poor customer service can result in headaches for the property owner and ultimately decrease resident renewal.
Todd Quarterman, president of national utility submetering company WaterWatch Corporation, is available at this time to offer insight into the submetering industry for property owners affected by these mandates. Regarded as an industry expert, Mr. Quarterman has been interviewed by various publications about the state of the submetering industry and the latest conservation techniques.
Mr. Quarterman can now be contacted for interviews via http://www.waterwatchcorp.com/ or by phone at 1-800-256-9826.
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About WaterWatch Corporation:
Since 1997, WaterWatch Corporation has successfully allowed hundreds of property owners to control and reduce utility expenses through submetering. WaterWatch is a national utility submetering company offering services such as submeter installation, meter reading, resident invoicing, and payment collections.
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