Got an unusually high water bill? It can be caused by a leak or change in water usage. According to the recent research reports, leaky pipes could account for 13% of your water bill, and that is a good portion of water that is simply wasted, and perhaps without your knowledge.
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Here we’ve listed a few reasons for leaky pipes.
Generally, water consumption is higher during the summer due to the watering of lawns, pools, and gardening.
If leaky pipes are left unattended, it could waste more than hundreds and even thousands of gallons of water and results in high water bills. So, it’s crucial to schedule regular plumbing inspection and maintenance to check your plumbing system for leaky pipes and faucets, toilets, irrigation lines, and more.
Did you know running toilets can waste up to 20 gallons of water? If you have a running toilet, call your plumber to fix the issue right away to save water and reduce your water bills. Leaky pipes contribute to 13% of your water bill. So, the next time you have leaky pipes, call us immediately to solve the issues with less effort.
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