Unitywater has begun replacing old water meters in several Queensland towns as part of their annual maintenance program.
Residents in Caboolture, Narangba, Burpengary and Caloundra as well as the Redcliffe areas of Scarborough, Rothwell, Clontarf, Woody Point and Deception Bay will be eligible for the new meters.
Affected residents will receive a notification card in their letterbox at least 48 hours before any works and, if they are home on the day of the work, Unitywater’s authorised contractor will make contact with them prior to replacing the meter.
The contractors will be in Unitywater-branded vehicles and carry ID cards.
Following meter replacement, the contractor will leave a Works Completed card in the resident’s letterbox which records the water consumption measured by the old meter. Customers are advised to keep this reading for reference and to cross check when they receive their next Unitywater account.