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You’ve got a sneaking suspicion that your water lines are leaking. You might’ve even had someone out to look at them already, and now you’re trying to figure out what to do next. We know it’s stressful and scary when your plumbing starts acting up, but our plumbers see this kind of thing all the time. They know EXACTLY what to do! That means they also know what to look for to make sure this is the right move for your home. Some of the things they’ll wanna know about are:
If your water supply is leaking, you’re gonna see it on your water bill. Even small leaks can add up to big bills over time! If your family relies on city water, you might even get a call from the city about your bill if they notice something seems off. If your family uses well water, you probably won’t get a call from the city, but you’ll notice a spike in your electric bill. You might even notice your pressure switch clicking on and off.
Tip: If you can locate your water meter (it’s the grey or green box, usually by your mailbox), you might see the leak detector spinning even when your water isn’t running!
If you’ve been dealing with squishy spots in the yard, patches of mold or wetness in the house, or water on the driveway that never seems to dry, odds are, your water supply lines are leaking. You might think a wet patch in the yard means the leaky pipe is under your lawn, but water lines are trickier than you think. To make it simple: water is lazy. If it’s harder for it to make its way through materials in your home, it’ll take the path of least resistance. Sometimes, that means a leak coming from inside your house is actually gonna show up in your yard instead.