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Did you know that some utility companies charge you a minimum fee for their services, even if you're not using them? This means you might be paying for things you're not actually using.

Here's a real-life example: We recently helped a new client who had a big irrigation system that they hadn't used for several years. Shockingly, they were getting quarterly bills from the water department for four separate meters of $37 each. We suggested they get in touch with the water department and asked to pause the services until they fix the system. By doing this, they're saving a whopping $592 every year.

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