How Can You Check For Leaks?
Even though professional leak detection is always recommended, you can do a few things to check for leaking pipes yourself.
If you notice an increase in your water bills, that should ring alarm bells. You could do a meter reading test to check your water supply, just remember to turn off all taps before you start. Take a reading, wait at least 15 minutes or longer if you like, and then take another reading.
If there is a change in your numbers, then you know you have water leakage somewhere on your property.
It may be just a leaking tap, or the toilet cistern is running, or it could be something much more sinister. Like a concealed leak, burst pipes and fittings underground, inside a wall, or even old and perished irrigation systems can cause issues. Whatever it is, you may need a licenced plumber to come out and fix the leak, which will save water in the long run.
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If you’re looking for more information about water leaks, look at our Guide to Water Leaks in the Home.