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Water Leak Detective

Water Leak Detective For Hire

You may need a water leak detective. The big problem with water leaks is that you don’t see them until they’ve caused damage. For the vast majority of us, a water leak is the last thing on our minds. Unless it’s showing itself on our walls or slab, chances are it’s not going to get fixed real soon. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) states that an average household water leak will waste 10,000 gallons of water a year.  Additionally, the EPA reports that 10% of the homes in the USA have a water leak that wastes 90 gallons of water per day. Be a leak detective in your home.

California Has Grown by 20 Million Over The Last 50 YearsSave Energy Save Money

It’s up to us to conserve water. One of the significant issues that’s rarely addressed regarding water is population. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, California’s population increased a staggering twenty million. No wonder we have a water problem! Collectively property owners and renters need to embrace the idea of conserving water. Taking a proactive approach starts in our home. We can quickly detect and repair any leak in our house with little cost. Furthermore, you’ll see the savings at the end of the month on your water bill.

Become A Water Leak Detective

According to the EPA, the most common types of household leaks in our home are leaking valves, dripping faucets, and worn out toilet flappers. A worn out toilet flapper can cause 200 gallons of water waste per day. While these small leaks may seem minor, the average slow dripping faucet leak cost a homeowner $20 annually. And a fast dripping faucet $60 to $200 annually. In most cases, you can quickly fix these type of leaks yourself, and you can purchase parts such as valves, faucets and toilet flappers at your local hardware store. Be a leak detective and check for any undiscovered leaky faucet, shower head or toilet flapper.

For Tough Leaks Call An Expert From Big B’s Plumbing

Not all leaks are easy to find such as irrigation leaks, slab leaks, and main water line leaks. By clicking, “How to fix a high water bill,” it will provide you with the simple steps to finding that hard-to-discover water leak.  At Big B’s Plumbing, we’re committed to stamping out water waste. We have a team of experts ready to check your home or property for water leaks. If you believe your water bill has seen a steady increase, call and get a full plumbing leak evaluation from your water leak detective at Big B’s Plumbing.  

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