Hawaii Submetering and Utility Billing
The big island of Hawaii is home to 185,000 residents and the Ikehu Utility Solutions team proud to sell and service submetering and utility billing solutions on the big island.
Ikehu Utility Solutions helps properties on Hawaii manage precious resources with electric, gas, and water submeters. Ikehu designs, installs, and maintains submetering systems and saves AOUOs money. We specialize in multifamily properties, including condominiums, new construction, apartments, manufactured housing, commercial properties, student housing, and military housing.
Submeters can be installed during construction, and can often be retrofit into existing buildings. In the event submetering is not possible or desirable, a ratio utility billing system (RUBS) can be used to fairly allocate utilities among residents.
Ikehu Utility Solutions can also help with utility expense management, collections, and meter maintenance on Hawaii and the other Hawaiian Islands.
Submetering saves money, but submeters also encourage conservation of our precious resources. With flat-rate or “all bills paid” programs, residents are unaware of their usage and tend to overconsume. Once residents start receiving utility bills, they become aware of their usage and start to think about conserving energy and water. Over time, master utility bills will often drop 10-25%.
Modern submeters are reliable with a long life-span. You may be surprised to know that there are many types and brands available, and you do not need to buy them from the local utility provider. Ikehu Utility Solutions only uses master plumbers and electricians to install submetering products.
Let us design the perfect utility billing solution for your unique property. We are proud to be Hawaii’s local utility experts and look forward to serving your utility billing needs.
The big island is perfect for nature lovers and incorporates 10 of the world’s 14 microclimate zones.
If you’re visiting Hawaii, we recommend the following attractions:
- Mauna Loa volcano
- Kilauea volcano
- Waipio Valley
- Mauna Kea observatory
- Kona Coffee Living History Farm
- Pu’uhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park
- Akaka Falls State Park
- Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden
- Hapuna Beach State Park
- Waikoloa Beach Resort and Petroglyphs
- Ahu’ena Heiau
- Kailua Kona and Magic Sands Beach
- Kealakekua Bay State Historical Park
- Parker Ranch