Does Your Water Bill Seem High?

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If your water bill seems high and you think there may be a billing error or a leak, please check the following before calling the utility office:

Write down the numbers on your meter, including any stationary zeros, and have them ready when you phone the office.

Check to make sure you don’t have a leak by turning off all of the water inside and outside your home or business. Go outside to the water meter and find the small hand that resembles a second hand on a watch and observe it carefully for at least two minutes to be certain it is not moving or jiggling. If it moves, there is water going somewhere – this definitely indicates a leak.

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Almost 50 years of experience

Our company was founded almost 50 years ago on June 29th, 1970. Currently we’re servicing over 5,200 homes, businesses and schools.

Playing by the rules

Eastern Bartholomew Water Corporation’s rates and policies are governed by the rules, regulations and rate schedules approved by the IURC. 

Areas we provide service

Our area currently includes northern, eastern and southern Bartholomew County, as well as parts of north western Jennings and southern Johnson County.

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