Multifamily Utility Company
Multifamily Utility Company, Inc. is a leading utility submetering and billing company that specializes in submetering and allocation of water, gas and electric utilities for apartments, condominiums, commercial buildings, new construction, mobile homes and military housing throughout the United States.
Providing a wide range of products and services in utility submetering, utility management and utility conservation, Multifamily Utility is committed to delivering results that endure.
Multifamily Utility Company offers code-compliant submetering systems for both new construction and retrofit or replacement of existing systems.
Multifamily Utility Company offers a variety of customized Ratio Utility Billing Systems (RUBS) for situations where the constraints of space and/or construction do not allow a property to be submetered.
Multifamily Utility Company is committed to timely and accurate billing every month, regardless of the type of billing: submetered or RUBS. Detailed utility charges are all on a single, professional statement which is mailed and/or delivered electronically to e-mail.
Utility Expense Management service by Multifamily Utility Company. Utilipay® provides expanded insight into your utility expenses and adds savings to your bottom line. Utilipay® creates substantial opportunities for returns on your investment.
Resident Expense Management cloud-based platform and service suite by Multifamily Utility Company. REM® is designed to help residents lower their utility bills through awareness, education and conservation. REM® enables residents to benchmark and compare their household consumption against other similar residence profiles while targeting cost saving opportunities.
Multifamily Utility Company uses reliable, high quality precision products from the industry's leading manufacturers of utility metering and submetering hardware. No matter the quality all meters need maintenance to ensure accuracy for the benefit of both the resident and the owner.
Setting the industry standard for resident and owner customer support Multifamily Utility Company has live, bilingual, agents available 24/7/365.
With our in house collections department we handle the collections process from beginning to end to ensure the highest rate of collections in the industry. From late notices to payment plans to collection calls we handle it all.
Other Services – A Variety of Services to Meet Your Property Needs Multifamily Utility Company haas a variety of complimentary services to go along with our submetering and billing options. From financing to utility expense management to convergent billing we have additional services to meet your property needs.
There are many choices when it comes to Water, Gas and Electric submeters.
We can help you decide on the right equipment for your project and manage your project from the design to installation and startup.
With the right AMR solution we are able to remotely read any meter.
Multifamily Utility Company adds new customer properties in Indiana, Pennsylvania, Nevada, Oregon and Illinois.
California passes Senate Bill 7 which will require water submeters in all new multifamily buildings begining in 2018.
Multifamily Utility Company makes the Inc. 500 list for the third year in a row ranking #464 on the 2016 list.
Multifamily Utility Company has completed an update to their Utilipay®, Invoice Payment Processing (IPP) services.
Multifamily Utility Company adds additional portfolios in Florida, Georgia and Washington DC this month
Multifamily Utility Company launches Resident Expense Management (REM), read the press release here.
Come see us at the 2016 National Apartment Association Conference in San Francisco, CA.
Multifamily Utility Company launches new mobile apps for Residents and Managers!
Multifamily Utility Completes new submetering projects in Hawaii, Mississippi, Alabama and California this month.
Multifamily Utility Company plans to announce an exciting new service at NAA in June 2016, stay tuned!
Multifamily Utility Company hires Kathy Harris to their Billing team.
USA TODAY analysis: Nation's water costs rushing higher