It’s ‘Fix a Leak Week’: 6 things to know about household leaks

A running toilet. A drippy faucet. A cracked irrigation system. These are just some of the ways a customer’s home can unnecessarily lose water. It may start as a drop here and a drip there, but as plumbers know, these can add up very quickly and end up costing customers a lot of money.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has designated this week, March 16-22, as Fix a Leak Week. In honor of fixing leaks across the country, we took a look at some facts about the toll leaks can take on households across the U.S.

Have any good stories about leaks you’ve seen on the job? Advice Let us know. Email Content Producer Hal Conick at Hal.Conick@Penton.com.

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