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01 July 2022

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meter the whole house check for leaks
Large leaks, or a combination of small leaks, can often be detected by your water meter. With your water meter, you can perform a simple leak check by following these steps:

Make sure all the water inside and outside the house is turned off. This test should be carried out when no automatic water equipment is used, such as irrigation controllers, washing machines, dishwashers, etc.
Record the water meter reading and wait 15 minutes. Make sure no one is using water during this time.
Record the meter reading again. If the meter records water usage during the test, it may be due to a leak. Check that water use is not due to small devices such as water filters, water purifiers, or whole-house humidifiers.
The meter test checks for major leaks only. With this test, you cannot check that there are no small leaks inside the house. Even when leaks are detected, this test does not indicate the location of the leaks. Further investigation is needed to discover and identify all significant leaks.

Water meter leakage check

water supply line leak
Sometimes there are leaks between the meter and the house in the water supply line. These leaks are often difficult to detect because the supply pipe is usually buried at least 3 feet (0.91 m) below the surface of the earth. Sometimes, the leaking water travels along the pipe, and returns to the meter. If the meter box contains water, and the water is not due to rain or runoff, this may indicate a leak in the supply line. Another common exit point for leaking water may be where the supply line rises above the ground and/or enters the home. If the soil is constantly wet in these locations, this may indicate a leak. In cases of severe leakage, water seeps towards the surface of the earth, usually just above the underground tube path. Most often, the leak between the meter and the house is the responsibility of the homeowner; The responsibility for leakage from the meter or the pipes leading from the main meter to the meter is the responsibility of the water utility. The water utility must be contacted prior to any attempt to repair the water supply pipe. If the tool considers the leak to be the homeowner's responsibility, a professional plumber should perform all repair work. This repair should never be attempted by a homeowner.

Faucet, shower and tub leaks
Faucet leaks are common and usually easy to fix. A faucet that drips slowly at just one point every two seconds will waste more than 1,000 gallons (3.7 cubic metres) per year. The repairs needed to stop a leak depend on the type of faucet, and there are four basic types found in most homes: pressure valve, ball types, cartridge types, and ceramic discs. Each type of faucet has its own unique methods of repair. If you are used to using tools and making minor repairs at home, you should be able to fix minor faucet leaks.

toilet leaks
Toilets are one of the most common sources of leaks in the home, and they usually go unnoticed because the leaks are often silent and out of sight. Several research studies have found 20% to 35% of all residential toilets leak to some degree. Large leaks in a toilet can be detected when the valve constantly makes a hissing or gurgling sound when the toilet is not in use.

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To start looking for leaks, remove the tank cap and inspect the flush mechanisms. The water level in the tank should be no more than 1 inch below the top of the overflow tube. If the water level is at the top of the overflow pipe, the water slowly seeps into the overflow pipe and goes down the drain. The problem has one of three causes: 1) the water level is set too high; 2) The float is damaged and the refill valve does not close; OR, 3) The refill valve (ball rod assembly) is worn out and needs replacement.