National Fix A Leak WeekToday is the second day of Fix A Leak Week 2016. It's celebrated in March of each year as a time to remind Americans to check their household plumbing fixtures and irrigation systems for leaks. This year, it runs from March 14-20.
The EPA challenges us to find leaks in our home and get them fixed this week. Household leaks can waste more than 1 trillion gallons of water annually nationwide. By finding and fixing leaks, you can save about 10% on your water bills. It will also prolong the life of your plumbing fixtures. Their website has tips on how to find leaks in your:
Additional resourcesIf you're a teacher, daycare provider or simply want to teach your own kids about the importance of water conservation, the Fix a Leak Week website has a TON of great activities. Your family can pledge to 'filter out bad water habits,' and there are activity sheets to incorporate a hands-on learning experience. These activities can be found HERE.
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Your local leak detection plumberAny member of our Rapid Service professional plumbing staff is able to find and repair water leaks in your home. If a leak isn't easily found, we also offer video drain inspections.
Leaky water pipes can happen at the worst times, causing discomfort in your home. If you suspect that one of these plumbing issues maybe disrupting your plumbing system, our professional video inspection service can accurately assess your plumbing and locate the underlying problems.
Not only can a video camera inspection be important to maintaining your plumbing system, it should also be done if you are planning to purchase a property. It allows you to see the condition of the existing plumbing as well as any problems located within the system.