Every single time a tenant flushes the toilet, washes their hands, washes the dishes, or takes a nice long shower, you are spending more money than you should.
In New York, Landlords have to foot the bill.
Tenants that don't pay for water have very little motivation to save water. Increasing water usage, leaks, broken fixtures, tenant tampering and improper maintenance all contribute to water waste.
Chances are, unless your building was built yesterday, you're wasting a lot of water revenue.
The first step to recovering the lost revenue is to get an idea of how much water you're wasting against the averages of other properties like yours.
Fill out this form to get more information on average water wastage, and the costs associated, for landlords in New York, as well as information on how to increase revenue by limiting waste.