What kind of leaks will affect my bill?

All leaks will affect your bill. 

A faucet with a slow drip can waste almost 3 gallons of water a day. 

Toilet leaks are the most common type of leaks and are difficult to find because the water is lost directly to the sewer.  Toilet leaks can increase your bill substantially. 

Refer to our High Bill Investigation page for ways to troubleshoot high water usage.

Show All Answers

1. How do I start, stop, or transfer utility services?
2. How much is my water bill?
3. When is the next water meter reading?
4. Is my water meter read every month?
5. I have water running in my basement by the meter. What should I do?
6. A plumber told me to have my water turned off. Can you send someone out now? Is there a charge?
7. What do I need to do when filling my pool?
8. I have a water leak in my yard. Who will repair it?
9. How do I know if my toilet is leaking?
10. I have a high water bill. Can I get an adjustment?
11. What kind of leaks will affect my bill?
12. How can I lower my water bill and save water at home?
13. I am a landlord and want my tenants water turned off to evict them. Can you turn off the water?