Aqua Pennsylvania Inc
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Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania
United States - N/A
I own a place in Tobyhanna Twp which receives sewer service from Aqua. The place is not winterized and I live there from June to early October. I don't remember paying bill for service when there was no service. Recently I received a bill from Aqua for $131.69. $101.30 for last bill which I could not get an explanation for since no one was living in the property. I was also billed 30.00 for current wastewater use when no on was living there. My complaint is ongoing since this will be recurring during the year. My recollection is in the past I didn't have to pay when I was not at the property. I am hoping that I don't have to pay for products and services I am not using.
I had paid my full Aqua bill on the phone on 11/15/19 and my water service was shut off on 11/18/19. Called...
Aqua PA is mandating replacement of their existing water meters "free of charge". They have contracted with Keystone Utility systems to perform the service. Keystone declines to change the meter because the water supply is galvanized. In short, Aqua's authorized vendor is refusing to the work that Aqua has mandated.
Aqua states I must spend several thousand dollars to replace the perfectly functioning and intact pipes in my home to the curb so Keystone can perform the "free" meter exchange.
When the meter was last replaced, there was no issue regarding galvanized pipes. Now there is and according to an Aqua official, it is a liability exclusion from Keystone to protect them if the pipes break during the install.
This is a vendor issue. Aqua states the Keystone WILL replace meters. No equivocation, stipulation or exclusions are mentioned in their correspondence.
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They say Keystone will do the replacement. Again no exceptions are noted.
Any one with newer pipes will have their meter's exchanged. Anyone with an older home cannot and must bear the cost of replacing working pipes for Keystone and Aqua convenience and to reduce their liability exposure.
There is no regard for advance notice that may happen so homeowners can prepare, no care for limitations of consumers who may not be able to afford replacing pipes unnecessarily. More to the point, a contractual agreement exists when Aqua offers this replacement without any caveats and I accept. There is a contractual breach in Aqua's contractor (as their agent) refuses to do the job agreed upon, especially for a reason that is not expressed in the offer to replace the meter.
It is my contention that Aqua either "grandfather" in people in this situation or contract with a vendor who will do the job that was published - water meter replacement. Full stop. This is the exact situation that another person submitted on this topic but this is occurring in Delaware County PA
Aqua PA is mandating replacement of their existing water meters "free of charge". They have contracted with...
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