How To Detect a Silent Leak in Your Toilet

By Amber Capps - 
Executive Assistant to the Public Works Director 

Do you have a slow water leak in your house? If so, you might have a silent leak in your toilet!

Luckily, it’s easy to test with leak Detecting Dye Tablets that Utilities, Inc. has for use in your Toilet Tanks. First, you open your toilet tank and drop in two tablets. Allow the tablets to dissolve for approximately 15-20 minutes. After 15-20 minutes have elapsed, check your toilet again. If blue water appears in the basin of your toilet, you have a leak in your toilet. If the water remains clear, you don’t have a leak!

Small leaks can be repaired by a local plumber and ultimately save you money on your water bill, while helping conserve one of our most precious, natural resources! Call Utilities, Inc. today (912-598-7338) to grab a pack of their leak detecting tablets.


This article was originally published by The Landings Association on their website.

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