Archive for May 11, 2019
As environmentally-conscious as you try to be in your own home, there’s a good chance you’re wasting a lot of water.
Think about that for a second and consider the following: leaks from an average household account for more than 10,000 gallons of wasted water annually (more than 250 loads of laundry). And it’s not just one spot in the house that’s the culprit. Leaky faucets are to blame. Leaky pipes are to blame and leaky toilets are to blame. Anywhere from 20 to 35% of household toilets leak to some degree.
So what can you do to cut down on household leaks and stop wasting water? For starters, you can be more observant and do all that you can to make sure your drains are clean. There are many signs of a clogged drain and it’s important not to overlook even the smallest of details. If you do, you’ll likely be in for some major plumbing issues and costly repairs.
Signs of a clogged drain can include:
- Bad Smells: Odors can be a dead giveaway that y