Leaky toilets, indoor faucets, and outdoor faucets around your home could cost hundreds of dollars a year on your water bill, and waste thousands of gallons of water. Finding and fixing leaks is an easy way to save money and save water.
Use these step-by-step videos to find and fix the most common household leaks – toilets, indoor faucets, and outdoor faucets.
Special thanks to the EPA's WaterSense Program and The Saving Water Partnership for creating and sharing the videos. Athens-Clarke County does not have rebate programs in place at this time. The rebates and programs mentioned in the videos are for the Seattle area where the Saving Water Partnership is based.
Toilet leaks are sneaky. Many toilet leaks are silent and can occur without you knowing, but fixing them is pretty simple.
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