If you have a leaky toilet, gallons of water are being wasted each day, as much as 200 gallons of water in a single day. You could easily save more than enough money on your future water bills to pay for one of our plumbers to come and fix the leak.
If you suspect you have a leaky toilet, look for signs such as the following:
There are many conditions that could cause a leaky toilet including the following:
A high water bill indicates there is a problem in your home. Even if you don't have a leaky toilet or a dripping faucet, there may still be a leak somewhere else. Undetected leaks can cause hundreds of dollars of damage or just a ridiculously high water bill. Before you call a plumber over a high water bill, you should check to see if you have a leak elsewhere by checking your water meter.
Once you have isolated the leak you can then determine the best course of action to take. If you have plumbing experience you may want to attempt some of the repairs yourself. If the leak is in your toilet you may need to replace the flapper, adjust the float, change the chain, or remove mineral buildup. If the leak is hidden somewhere in the plumbing system of the building, call a plumbing company to run diagnostic tests, locate the leak, and fix it.
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