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Posted on: October 6, 2022

Spot the Contributors to High Water Bills Before the Mail Arrives

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It can be difficult to know how much water you're using until your bill arrives. Don't be caught by surprise! Learn how to track your water use. An unusually high water bill is most often caused by a leak or change in water use. Some common causes of high water bills include

  • Leaking or running toilets 
  • Dripping faucets or fixtures 
  • Seasonal water use changes (watering more during summer heat, dripping faucets to avoid freezing pipes in the winter, adding water to pools and hot tubs) 
  • Watering the yard, new sod or trees
  • Kids home for summer vacations or school holidays
  • Hosting guests 
  • Underground leaks 

Concerned about high water bills? View your daily water usage online at Watch this step-by-step tutorial below to learn how to create an online account to monitor your water use.

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