# What is an HCF of water?

## What is an HCF of water?

hundred cubic feet

A CCF also called an HCF (hundred cubic feet), represents one hundred cubic feet of water. The first “C” comes from the Roman word for hundred, “centum.” This is the most common unit used by both water and natural gas utilities.

**How do you calculate HCF in water?**

1 HCF (hundred cubic feet) is approximately equal to 748 gallons. If you take the number of HCF used on your bill, multiple it by 748 and divide it by number of days in the billing cycle, you will get gallons used per day.

### What are HCF units?

HCF is an acronym for “hundred cubic feet” and is a standard unit for measuring a volume of water, typically for water metering and billing purposes. One hundred cubic feet of water is equal to 748 gallons. The average American uses 100 gallons of water every day.

**How many gallons are in a CCF of water?**

748 gallons

One CCF is equivalent to 748 gallons.

## How many gallons of water are in 1 HCF?

1. How much water is in a billing unit? Billing units are expressed in Hundred Cubic Feet (HCF). One HCF is equal to 748 gallons of water.

**How much is an HCF?**

1 HCF (hundred cubic feet) is approximately equal to 748 gallons.

### How much is a HCF?

**How many gallons of water does the average household use per month?**

The water industry estimates that an average person uses 3,000 gallons of water monthly, so a family of 4 would use 12,000 gallons for bathing, cooking, washing, recreation and watering.

## What does HCF stand for in water meter?

HCF is an acronym for “hundred cubic feet” and is a standard unit for measuring a volume of water, typically for water metering and billing purposes.

**What does a hundred cubic feet of water mean?**

A CCF also called an HCF (hundred cubic feet), represents one hundred cubic feet of water. The first “C” comes from the Roman word for hundred, “centum.” This is the most common unit used by both water and natural gas utilities.

### How many gallons does one CCF of water equal?

One CCF is equal to 748 gallons. What does your usage mean? The average American uses around 88 gallons per day per person in the household. That means a family of four would use around 10,500 gallons in a 30-day period. But usage varies a great deal across the country, mostly because of differences in weather patterns.

**How much does it cost to use HCF in San Diego?**

13 – 18 HCF used are billed at $8.412 per HCF. Each HCF used after the initial 18 HCF is billed at $11.828 per HCF. The total bill for multi-family domestic customers is a combination of the monthly meter base fee (which is based on the size of the meter) and the amount of water used.