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Leak Detection

Many silent leaks allow water and your money to go down the drain. To help detect unseen leaks go to Read Your Meter. Studies have shown homes can waste more than 10% due leaking, which costs both you and the environment.

The toilet alone is capable of wasting thousands of gallons a day — think entire swimming pools full of wasted water every year. If you see drips in your faucet, hear the toilet running mysteriously, or find swampy areas in your irrigation system, you have leaks.

You can check following posts to get more information on Leak Detection:

Bathtub Leak Detection

Faucet Leak Detection

Toilet Leak Detection

Is Your Toilet Leaking at Base? Use These Tips

Hot Water Heater Leaking? Diagnose and Repair the Problem

Tankless Hot Water Heater Leak Detection

If Your Hot Water Heater Is Leaking from the Top, Follow These Tips

Is Your Toilet Leaking From the Tank Bolts? Here’s How to Fix It

How to Stop the Annoying Problem of Your Toilet Leaking Into Bowl

Is Your Hot Water Heater Leaking From the Bottom? Here’s How to Fix It

Cooling Misters Leak Detection

Pool and Spa Leak Detection

Irrigation Systems Leak Detection

Water Meter Leak Detection

Greywater and/or Dual Plumbing System Leak Detection

Is Your Garbage Disposal Leaking from the Bottom? Here’s What to Do

Is Your Air Conditioner Leaking Water? Fix It with These Easy Tips

What to Do When Your Water Heater Pressure Relief Valve Is Leaking