Landlords And Tenants Opt For Split Meters As Cost Of Electricity Increases

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With the rising cost of electricity, there has been increased interest in splitting electricity meters by landlords and tenants.

A split meter allows each family within a property to split their electricity consumption. This way, they only pay for the electricity that they use an no one else’s. it also works for businesses in solving a situation where several companies within a premises are sharing a single meter.

Representing a company that retails and installs prepaid electricity meters, *Power Split Meters,* Mr. Herbet Chibhememe said they have seen an increase in demand for the solution as more people become aware of its benefits.

“People are now realising that this issue of sharing electricity consumption is not sustainable. Electricity is now quite expensive and people are opting to just get split meters so that they just pay for what they use as a family or business.

Even those that are tenants are getting these meters because even when they decide to move to a new place, they can take their electricity split meter with them.

It just makes sense when you think about it. Those that use less electricity should pay less and high spenders should pay more. Having a situation where everyone pays the same is unfair.”

Mr. Chibhememe said that their company has been helping customers move to prepaid meters for close to 5 years now.

He explained:

“Some are only getting to know about us now but we’ve been providing this solution for almost 5 years now. Electricity is now expensive – people are actively looking for a solution to manage these costs better. Even for families that are sharing a single house, they can buy a split meter and separate their consumption”

Power Split Meters can be contacted on WhatsApp number +263 777 556 864 or +263 779 136 276.

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