Tagged: utilities auditing

$517,037.03 TOTAL L.A.D.W.P. REFUNDS TO OUR CLIENTS SINCE 2015!

Aug 27, 2017 |
Want Your Money Back?

$517,037.03 TOTAL L.A.D.W.P. REFUNDS TO OUR CLIENTS SINCE 2015! "I would give no stars if possible. Also wish there wasn't a monopoly on the lights, water and sewer in Los Angeles. I've asked for and completed all paperwork requesting a full audit on my account and was told it would take 90 days; 120 days … read more

Utility Auditing And Association Management: Working Together To Build A Better Community

Jul 24, 2017 |
Reducing Utility Dudget

Utility Auditing And Association Management:  Hidden Canyon Homeowners Association   Working Together To Build A Better Community:   The Hidden Canyon Homeowners Association, located in Westlake Village, California, consists of 648 homes with 3 pools and 3 spas.  Sarah Zemer of Ross Morgan & Company, Inc. contacted Pacific Utility Audit in 2016 to find out … read more

The Easiest Ways to Cut Your Utility Costs in 2017

Jul 19, 2017 |

  The Easiest Ways to Cut Your Utility Costs in 2017     Many residential consumers are currently unaware of one of the easiest ways to reduce their cost of living. Some residential consumers spend hours researching different smartphone data plans and cable services to save only a few dollars a month.  By understanding what … read more

Reclaim Your Association’s Past Paid Utility Dollars – Legally!

Dec 26, 2016 |
Reclaim Your Utility Expenses

Reclaim Your Association's Past Paid Utility Dollars!  Reclaim Your Association's Past Paid Utility Dollars! Ever hear of spending the same dollar twice?  How would you like to go back in time, get hold of the money your association already spent and spend it again this year? Hundreds of associations on the West Coast are doing … read more

Utility Companies Make Mistakes – Why?

Feb 26, 2016 |

UTILITY COMPANIES MAKE MISTAKES –     Lack of Expertise – Employees not up to date on all changes, new rates, data input errors, employee turnover, etc.   Too Small Staff & Budget – Too many projects, inadequate personnel to cover service area and number of customers and calls, cannot read meters every month, etc. … read more

$354,886.55: L.A.D.W.P. REFUNDS TO OUR CLIENTS FOR 2015!

Feb 25, 2016 |

$354,886.55 TOTAL L.A.D.W.P. REFUNDS TO OUR CLIENTS FOR 2015!   "The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power doesn't expect to completely work through problems associated with a new computer billing system that resulted in revenue shortfalls until year end", according to The Bond Buyer on February 25th, 2016.   Since the Los Angeles Department … read more

FEDERAL AND STATE REGULATION OF UTILITY COMPANIES: FACT VERSUS MYTH

Feb 22, 2016 |

Federal and State Regulation of Utility Companies:  Facts Versus Myths   If you answered “TRUE” to any of these statements, you could be throwing money away each month when you pay your telephone and utility bills! The truth of the matter is that utility billing errors are widespread.  In addition, the vast majority of utility … read more

COMMON QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS REGARDING UTILITY AUDITS

Feb 22, 2016 |

  Common Questions Regarding Utility Audits   According to the U.S. Department of Energy, a utility audit is a formal review of a house’s energy use that provides recommendations for energy-efficiency measures such as weather-stripping, caulking and insulation.  But a different type of utility audit examines your utility use and whether you are being overcharged.  … read more

COMMON-AREA UTILITY BILLS: 2015 LEGISLATIVE RECAP AND 2016 INITIATIVES

Feb 22, 2016 |

COMMON-AREA UTILITY BILLS:  2015 LEGISLATIVE RECAP AND 2016 INITIATIVES:   In 2015, the theme of the year was water conservation, especially concerning common interest developments.  Here is a quick recap of 2015 laws pertaining to common-area utilities:   ASSEMBLY BILL 349 (Gonzalez): This bill was signed into law in 2015, and makes void and unenforceable … read more

How To Reduce Your Water Expenses WITHOUT Reducing Your Water Use!!!

Sep 21, 2015 |

How To Reduce Your Water Expenses WITHOUT Reducing Your Water Use!!!     During the drought in the early 90’s, water became a commodity for the first time in history, and the cost of water soared, and these water prices have remained high long after that drought was over.  Then, recycling of trash became mandatory … read more