Has your water bill been getting higher?¬† Do you hear the sounds of water coming from your toilet or it runs all day and night?¬† If the answer is YES to either of these questions then your household toilets may have leaks!!!¬† According to the American Water Works Association, toilets account for 45 percent of all indoor water use in a typical residence.¬†¬†¬†
So quit flushing money down the drain and take some simple steps to correct or replace your inefficient toilet today.
- Leaks can be heard by the sound of running water but some leaks are silent and often go undetected for years. Discovering a silent leak is easy, put dye tablets or food coloring in the tank. Do not flush. If, after a half hour, colored water appears in the bowl, you have a leak.
- Another easy way to check is to note the water level in the tank after flushing by making a pencil mark at the water line.¬† After a few minutes, check the level. If it has dropped, you have a leak.
- Is your home built before 1993?¬† If the answer is YES then please take the time to apply for our Toilet Rebate Program.¬† You may be eligible to receive a $100 rebate on qualifying replacement toilets in your home.
If you have more questions about checking for leaks, receiving dye tablets, or water conservation kits, please contact
or call 404-612-8745.¬†
Remember‚Ä¶.Saving Water Works!!!