$75 Leak Inspections March 16–22
Did you know that for a family of 4, water consumption over 12,000 gallons per month indicates a significant leak? Look at your water bill and calculate the CCF usage against the gallons per CCF. This will tell you how much water you’re consuming monthly. The number may suggest that a problem is occurring somewhere within your plumbing system.
Leaks waste water 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Even if they don’t affect your day to day, they certainly impact the utility bill. Oftentimes, homeowners are unaware that leaks even exist because they can easily go unnoticed. People primarily think of leaks as coming from faucets, but they present themselves in toilets, showerheads, other plumbing fixtures, outdoor faucets and irrigation systems as well.
When leaks go unnoticed and unrepaired, there are several consequences:
- Water usage will spike, resulting in higher utility bills.
- Damage to household plumbing fixtures increase need for replacements.
- Undetected leaks can affect the entire plumbing system, creating expensive and complex repairs.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) founded an annual Fix a Leak Week as a time to urge homeowners to check for leaks inside and outside of their homes. Carroll Plumbing & Heating Inc. believes that by identifying and repairing leaks, homeowners can save money, increase efficiency, and protect their plumbing systems.
Carroll Plumbing & Heating Inc. is offering a special promotion during this year’s Fix a Leak Week March 16th-22nd. Throughout the course of the week, experienced technicians are lined up to conduct a thorough inspection of active leaks at your home for only $75. To take advantage of this limited time offer, contact Carroll Plumbing & Heating Inc. today to set up your leak inspection!