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Where Did I Put That Extra 10,000 Gallons Of Water?

6/29/2017 (Permalink)

The average home looses 10,000 gallons of water in small leaks.

According to the EPA, households leaks can waster more than a trillion gallons of water annually. Ten percent of homes can have leaks of 90 gallons or more per day and the average home leak can waste more than 10,000 gallons of water per year which equates to 270 loads of laundry. The problem is over time, where does that water go? If your hot water bursts or your washer overflows it may be more obvious and easier to see than a slow leak in your basement or in the pipes under your sink or bathroom. Water from the unseen leaks is not only expensive but the potential damage caused by this type of water that you don’t see can cause serious damage to your home. If you see an uptick in your water bill usage it may be an indication of a water leak. In combination with working with a reputable plumber, the professionals at SERVPRO of Bordentown/Pemberton has the right training, experience and tools to come in and check your home for signs of water damage. We can help by drying out your home as well as helping mitigate against the development of mold or treat it if found. Our offices can be reached at (609)894-8555 to set up a free estimate. Also, follow us on the web at www.SERVPRObordentownpemberton.com.

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