North West Water

Understanding how your water and water bills work is vital to getting off to a good start in your new home. By clicking on your city or town below, you can discover a range of information on how to get in touch with your supplier, how to identify the rates that apply to your home, troubleshooting water problems and much more.


Who Supplies your Water and Wastewater Services?

One of the first things you need to find out when you move into a new property, is who your providers are for both water and wastewater services. For the Noth West thankfully this is a pretty simple answer - United Utilities. Where other regions can have multiple suppliers for both services, United Utilities covers the entire region for both aspects, meaning that you will only have one supplier to register or place queries with.

Select your city to find out more about your supply and how you can get the best out of your water.

Water Hardness in the North West

The water hardness rating of the North West is equally good news, being rated as soft water across the board. This means that it will have little impact on your day-to-day life, and it is unlikely that you will have to take additional steps to combat limescale or protect your appliances. What makes water hard, in simple terms, is the presence of minerals such as magnesium or calcium. The higher the mineral presence, the harder your water will be.

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