Water Meter Boxes

If your water meter box needs fixing, we have the ideal replacement for you right here at more than competitive prices. Our water meter covers offer a fast and affordable solution for those whose current water meter boxes are looking tired, broken, vandalised or outdated. Our water meter boxes fit neatly over current water meters and attach directly to the brick work on the property. Our products are suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, and come complete with meter box fixing and a key. The water overboxes are made from a high-impact metal which is durable in extreme weathers and is guaranteed to withstand the different seasons with ease. We understand that not everyone is experienced in DIY, but our water meter boxes are easy to install. Take a look at our full selection of water meter box options below and discover the answers to frequently asked questions underneath.

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A water meter box cover or overbox is a secure container that cover water meters on the exterior or interior of a property. They are usually made with metal to withstand harsh weather conditions, and are locked with a key.

Fitting a water meter overbox yourself is easy and you don’t need to be an experienced DIYer to do so. You do, however, need to use a drill and drill bit.

1. Position the overbox to cover the water meter.

2. Mark the four holes on the brickwork/ plaster.

3. Drill the brickwork/plaster and, using appropriate raw plugs, screw the overbox onto the wall using the screws provided. See our ‘How to‘ guides for more information.

Our water overbox can all be spray painted to your preferred colour, ensuring it doesn’t have to be unsightly.

RepairMyMeterBox does not fit or replace your new water meter cover. Our water overboxes are easy to fit, even if you are not experienced in DIY – you just need to be able to use a drill. Your purchase will include all the fittings, connections and parts needed.

The homeowner is responsible for the water meter and its casing, not the utility company. This is because the meter is part of the fabric of the building.

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