Drips, drips and constant dripping water. If you are plagued with plumbing leakage issues in your home, this is the perfect time to get them fixed.

Even the smallest of leaks adds up over a long period of time, with some homeowners shelling out as much as 100 dollars every year on leaked water which usually ends up wasted, going down the drain – or in a worse-case scenario, the day water leaks out into your house and boosts the buildup of mold and mildew.

That in itself creates big issues, and leads to a host of problems, both health-wise and financially.

In this guide, we tell you how much water you might be wasting every year, along with tips to fix/prevent water leakage issues and the huge financial concerns of the wasted water.

Imagine What Would You Do if You the Choice of Utilising had 90 Gallons of Clean Water Every Day?

Plumbing related leakages could occur for a number of different reasons: due to old and decaying pipes in your home, due to a consistently high pressure of water, due to various cracked seals in the plumbing installation and fixtures, or due to a more sudden event, such as your house pipes getting frozen in the harsh winter weather.Whatever the source or reason for the leakage, the wasted water can be dramatic.


The Environmental Protection Agency has given an estimate that about 10% of American households leak 90 gallons or more of water every single day! That is a big, and worrying amount of water getting wasted. My uncle from , Who is a plumber, gets mad on there no.

According to yet another concerning estimate by the EPA Water Sense Program, a regular leakage in the average American home could lead to a mammoth wastage of more than 10000 gallons of water every year!

If you want to know exactly how much water that is, know this - it is the equivalent of approximately 270 loads of your regular laundry.

So try to make simple fixes in your home and take care of plumbing based leakages to save up to 10% or more on your water bill every month, the EPA has estimated.

But one thing is certain - the US homeowners have their work definitely cut out for them in terms of conservation of water and prevention of wastage; in totality, residential plumbing leakages lead to the usage of around 1 trillion gallons of water annually.

Tips on How to Track Down & Repair Your Plumbing Leakages

Regrettably, there're multiple places in your house where plumbing leaks can occur easily. For instance, in the case of a drippy faucet, it is relatively easy to diagnose the leakage and repair it, but the more commonly occurring subtle plumbing leaks such as a broken seal in a supply line, or a excruciatingly slow running toilet, or bigger water leak like a faulty irrigation system, or minor one like a pinhole leak somewhere behind the walls could easily evade detection by you for months or even years!

So it becomes imperative to search for all hidden and visible signs of water leakages. In fact, you should call in the plumbing experts to do this job for you.

But if you want to DIY it, then begin by looking for hidden plumbing leaks at all the accessible plumbing points in your house – such as under your kitchen sink, all around the toilet, all the spots around the hot water heater and also cover the washing machine as well. With supreme care, do an inspection of the water supply lines for any drips and do lookout for even the smallest of water puddles on the floor. Do not forget to check up on other water-based home appliances which at times get overlooked such as a whole home humidifier and an evaporative cooler.

Do Not Waste Money on Your Water Bill!

If you have discovered a water leak in your home, or if you suspect that you have a leakage but are not able to find it, it’s time for you to call in your local plumbing professionals to do the job expertly.  Contact here

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