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Fixing a leak could save you hundreds or even thousands of dollars a year.
Have your water bills increased lately? It could be that your water use is higher than normal.
There could be many reasons for high water use, including:
If none of the above applies, your high-water usage may be due to an undetected leak. To check if your property has a leak, you can do a leak test.
It’s critical that no water in your house is running when you check for a leak.
Make sure you turn off:
Leave the stop tap next to your water meter turned on. Also leave toilet taps turned on.
For the most effective results, allow a minimum of four to five hours to perform this test, such as overnight or while all residents are away from the property for an extended period.
Find your water meter:
Your meter should be near your fence, at the edge of your property.
Units and apartments
Your meter should be at your front door or in a service cupboard. If you can’t find it, contact your building manager.
Write down the numbers on your meter or take a photo.
Don’t use any water for four to five hours.
Make sure no one in your household uses any water either.
Check your water meter again.
If the numbers have moved, you may have a leak.
Before you call a plumber, repeat the process above. If you get the same result and it seems you do have a leak, call a licensed plumber.