Why Is My Water Bill So High?

Have you ever gotten a bill at the end month that all but made your eyes pop out of your head? It can be a terrifying moment! A common place homeowners find a spike in their monthly bills is in their water usage. Are you stumped as to why your water bill is suddenly so high? We have a few obvious and not-so-obvious ideas that may help you figure it out.

Kind of Obvious

More (Or Longer) Showers

Did you have guests stay at your home? Were your kids home from college for a while? Has your significant other taken up a new beauty routine that involves brushing his or her teeth more often? Even just a few minutes more of using water can make a big impact on your water bill.

Sprinkler System

As the weather warms back up, you’ve probably started watering your plants more and turning your lawn sprinklers back on — both of which can affect your water bill.


Running Toilet

You’re probably familiar with the sound your toilet makes right after you flush it. But if that sound lasts any more than a few seconds, it means your toilet is continuously running and wasting a ton of water and hiking up your utility bill in the process.

(Hidden) Leaks

Leaky faucets can waste gallons of water a day, but at least those are easy to spot and fix. If a pipe hidden inside your wall is leaking, you could be wasting a ton of water without even realizing it — not to mention putting your home at risk of major water damage.

If you start noticing that your water bill keeps increasing, it may be worth your while to consult a plumbing for help. The plumbing equipment our Ace Solves It All experts use makes it far easier than ever before to locate the precise cause of a water leak. For more information or to schedule a service, call us at (407) 499-8006.

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