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Nicola B. of Dallas, TX asked: What Should I Do If My Water Bill is Unusually High?
A: An unusually high water bill is most likely caused by a water leak in your home. You can check for a leak by looking for damp spots on the floors, walls, and ceiling. This would indicate leaking pipes inside your walls. Another way to check for leaks is to see if your faucets or toilets run even when they’re not in use. Your water heater can also be causing a high water bill if it’s leaking water. By carefully assessing your house, you should be able to locate the source of the leak and reduce the cost of your water bill.
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