Water is a precious resource that costs money to acquire. Certain areas have such an unreliable or low supply of water that some local jurisdictions impose restrictions on everything from car washing to lawn watering to conserve water.
The problem is that not all water is wasted intentionally. Much of what gets wasted tends to be due to underground leaks.
The EPA's WaterSense program published a number of facts on water leaks. The average household loses 10,000 gallons of water each year due to leaks. This amounts to 1 billion gallons of water being lost annually at a national level.
While the problem of underground leaks can be tough to spot, they are simple to fix. You just need to know where to look, which is where our underground leak detection service becomes relevant.
What Do We Do When We Find a Leak?
The good news is that fixing the problem is only a fraction of locating it, which is important to remember because accurately locating leaks leads to minimizing repair costs.
To learn more about our services, or to acquire more information as to why our services are preferred by our customers, contact us today.