What Consumes the Most Water in My House?
Did you know that your toilet actually uses quite a bit of water each day? You can buy an energy efficient model that uses less water.
However, you still need to contact us to make sure you don’t have a plumbing issue that is causing your toilet to use more water than it should. If your toilet runs all of the time or you notice water pooling around the toilet on the floor, then contact us to find the real issue.
Taking a Shower
Just the act of showering can use a lot of water, especially if you take very long ones each day. Check your shower faucet to see if it is leaking when you turn it off. Even a slow leak can be very expensive over time. Also, check the ceiling below the shower to see if it is wet.
If you find a leak or a wet ceiling below the shower, then you might have a leaky pipe or a busted pipe that is hidden behind a wall. Contact us to find the leaky or busted pipe and to get it repaired quickly. Never wait to solve the problem because it will get worse and more expensive to fix over time.
The Washing Machine
If you have to run your washing machine frequently, then you are using a lot of water to do so. A newer, more energy efficient model can help with this problem. However, you can call us to see if you have a plumbing problem around the washing machine.
Check to see if there are puddles of water around it. Your washer might be having to use more water than it should if there is a plumbing problem. We can work to get the problem fixed quickly, so you aren’t wasting money on your water bill each month.
You can trust our fast and friendly professional plumbing services to help you get your issue resolved as quickly as possible. You will never have to pay for a water bill that is too high ever again.
Is your water bill too high in your Bellingham home? Call Eagle Plumbing and Heating at (360) 318-9999 to get more tips on how to save water.