Meter Reading Instructions
Please choose the image that looks most like your meter and follow the directions listed.
Reading Electric Meter (with Dials)
If your meter has 4 or 5 dials as shown here, record the number the dial is pointing towards. When the pointer on a dial is between two numbers, read the smaller number. If a dial is too close to tell if it has reached the higher number, look at the next dial to the right. If the pointer on that dial has passed zero, then you should record the higher number; otherwise, record the lower number.
Reading Electric Meter (with Mechanical Digits)
If you have an electric meter with 4 or 5 scrolling numbers (not dials) and it looks simiar to this one, simply read the numbers as normal and record your numbers on our meter reading form.
Reading Electric Meters (with Digital Digits)
Displays on digital meters may flash back and forth between 88888 and the meter reading. If you have a digital electric meter as pictured, simply read the numbers as normal and record your numbers on our meter reading form.
Reading Water Meters
In addition to the number on the scrolling digits, you will also need your meter number. Your meter number will be on a blue sticker.
Your water meter reading will consist of 5 to 7 numbers. Simply read the numbers as normal and record your numbers on our meter reading form under the Water Meters Reading section.
NOTE: If your water meter consists of only 5 or 6 numbers enter a 0 for the first and/or second digit starting from the left.