Georgia Residents understand well summertime water restrictions.



 In fact, in some circumstances water services have been turned off to local residents when the water company detects a leak in your system via a spike in water use that is extremely abnormal.

If you have a pool that you fill up during the summertime, a slip and slide you use, or sprinkler systems in place, there are many ways to ensure that you are reducing water use in other ways. And you can even ensure that you are not wasting water in general with leaks you are unaware of.

Check your faucets - inside and outside!!

Outdoor faucets and spigots naturally have a higher risk for leaks because they’re exposed to the weather. If you have a slow, steady drip, you may be wasting hundreds of gallons of water each month.

An easy way to check for a leak by grabbing a paper bag and a rubber band. Turn off the faucet and let it stop dripping. Tie the bag around the faucet and check back in an hour or two. If it’s wet, you need to give us a call at Water Source Plumbing!

Water pipes can and do leak, seals in fixtures wear out just like any other seals over time. These are leaks not visible to the eye in a lot of circumstances. Sink drains can leak as well and even toilets can shift after time or heavy traffic off of their sealing gaskets. Check your water bill and compare your usage to previous months as well as previous seasons.

Small repairs can turn into major problems.
Small leaks can cost you a lot of money over time.

Schedule a plumbing professional from Water Source Plumbing Service to take care of your plumbing repairs big and small.
We warranty our work and promise to send you someone who is licensed and extremely qualified to handle any plumbing issues you may face.

Our office is open Monday - Friday, from 8:00am to 4:30pm. 
Give us a call and we will be happy to talk with you and answer any plumbing questions you may have! 



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