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My bill seems unusually high. Could I have a leak?
Ensuring our customers’ bills are as accurate as possible by reflecting the actual water that is used is important. Small leaks in your home can often go unnoticed and quickly add up! A dripping faucet can waste 15 gallons a day and just an 1/8” sized leak consumes more than 3,500 gallons per day. It is easy to find most leaks; however, some can go undetected. If your bill is unusually high, a little investigation can save both water and money.

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