You know if old saying "If I had a dollar for every time"? Well that applies to this situation for sure. I receive a LOT of calls from frantic homeowners after they receive a water bill that is hundreds of dollars higher than normal. 9 out of 10 times it could have been prevented by performing a simple toilet tank dye test. A leaking flapper is the most common failure in a toilet is also the most common cause of a high water bill. I recommend the following test be performed every four to six months. Trust me, it's so simple your kids can do it for; and they would probably love to do it....
Three Step Test to determine if you have a leaky toilet flapper
1- acquire either food coloring or dye tablets
If you determine the your toilet flapper is leaking and need advice or help correcting that... leave a comment and I will reply or contact me directly.
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