What exactly is Aquahawk?

People have been asking about our free Aquahawk program.aqua

Well I can tell you that it’s very cool.

Simply, it’s a free tool for you to keep an eye on your water usage. With Aquahawk you can monitor things, and set up your own customized set of notifications.

For example, let’s say you sign up for this free program. And like a lot of folks these days, you use your cell phone a lot and text all the time. You set up Aquahawk to send you texts when you reach a certain amount of water usage in gallons (alert me when I use 100 gallons for example). Sure enough Aquahawk texts you and you know you have used 100 gallons thus far in a billing period.

The program is awesome in analyzing usage over time as well.

For example, you may have a leak in a bathroom you are unaware of… Aquahawk will notice the excess usage compared to previous readings, indicating there may be a leak somewhere.

One of our customer service workers shared a great story about Aquahawk. Check out this video to hear the brief story on how a family used Aquahawk to reduce excess water usage:

Aquahawk is user friendly and will let you analyze your household water use quickly and easily and help reduce wasted water; thus reducing your bill.

And let’s not forget that this is a tool that can save businesses real money.  If you have an industrial or commercial account with us, you too can monitor water usage with Aquahawk.

You can register for Aquahawk at this link: https://nwwsd.aquahawk.us/login

Also please feel free to call our Customer Service Department for more info- just call: 877-354-9090.

And remember- Aquahawk is free!

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