The City of Levelland has announced that beginning February 23, Professional Meters, Inc. (PMI) will begin replacing water meters in the City of Levelland. PMI specializes in the mass installation of automated metering, monitoring, and control devices servicing the water, gas, and electric utility industry.
The City Council budgeted funds to replace approximately 1,150 aging meters throughout the city.
“The existing meters are nearing their 10 year life span and it is time to begin replacing them,” explained Director of Water Utilities, Joe Cavazos. “The replacement of the aging meters will ensure for accurate customer readings and improve the efficiency of City staff.”
PMI is expected to replace between 50 and 75 meters per day. The installation is expected to be completed in 3 to 5 weeks.
Prior to the meter installation, PMI will knock on the customer’s door to inform them that their water service will be interrupted for a short period of time while the meter is being replaced. If the customer is not at home then PMI will proceed with the meter swap and leave a door tag informing the customer that their meter was changed out.
PMI staff will be clearly identified with a name badge. Any questions regarding the meter swap, please call Joe Cavazos at 894-0113.