Leak Detection
An undiscovered leak in your home's water supply could end up costing you hundreds of dollars a month or even result in severe damage to the structure of your home. If you think you might have a leak, check out these common problem areas for signs of escaping water. 
Examine each of the toilets in your home. Put a dye tablet or food coloring in the toilet tank. Wait about 30 minutes and check to see if the  dye appears in the bowl. If it does, you have a leak that needs repaired promptly.
Check the pressure relief and drain valves on your hot water heater for pooling water.
Look for leaky shower heads. Pay attention to evidence of water damage around sinks and faucets.
Inspect your home's exterior hose bibbs. "Bibbs" are the faucet like pipes on the side of your home you use to hook up a water hose.
Assess the condition of any water accessories you have in your garden, including hoses, taps, fountains, water ornaments and irrigation systems.
 
Scan for clues that might indicated a break in your underground water lines. Look for standing water, overly soft or muddy patches or grass that's significantly greener or growing at a faster rate than the rest of the lawn.
 
Check for leaks in your swimming pool or hot tub.
 
Check for leaks in barns and out-buildings.
 
Feel free to contact our office at (440) 355-5121 or customerservice@rlcwa.com if you have questions or would like more information.