Having a Water Leak Adds To Your Water Bill!

Leaking toilet


These are the more common leaks you’ll find in your home or business, leaking toilets, cracked pipes, cracks in your fridge’s water line and pipes from your washing machine are just some examples.

Leaking water can flood your home and damage your household goods and your home.


It refers to the wastage of water due to a leakage in the water pipeline.

Large and small leaks can cost a lot to fix. Even a leaky toilet can leak a lot of water per day.

Water pipes laid underground are a bit more sensitive to leaking. If a leak arises in such pipelines, then they go unnoticed for a long period leading to wastage of valuable water and a rise in water bills.

Here is a list of preventive measures you can take in your home to reduce water leakages.


Routine maintenance of your plumbing system is necessary. This preventive measure helps prevent initial leakages. Moreover, by changing older parts and checking water pipes, issues with water leaks can be minimised significantly.


It is important to monitor water bills regularly. Any spike in water charges can determine whether there is a leak or more water is being used.


Systems like moisture sensors can detect an unusual increase in water usage. Moreover, moisture can indicate a leak around toilets and hot water systems.

Detecting leaks and fixing them quckly can save you a substantial amount of water and save on your water bills.

If you do suspect you have a leak or your water bills spike, call a licensed plumber to inspect your home or business, we can save you hundreds of dollars.

Here at Capital Plumbing, we are experts In all areas of plumbing and gas, and our services are available 24/7.

We are always here to help, so if you are ever unsure about how to deal with your plumbing situation, simply give us a call, and whatever your emergency, we will have a licensed plumber sent to your door to resolve your problem. Call us today on (07) 5346 0195


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