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How to check for a water mains leak.

If you have a leak on your supply pipe, it is your responsibility if you are the property owner to ensure that the leak is repaired promptly. There are a number of simple checks you can do to check whether you have a leak:

Do you hear water running down a drain when no water is being used in the property?Can you hear water hissing or the sound of running water when there is no water being used in the property?Has your water pressure suddenly stopped?Do you have a damp patch in the garden, driveway, or anywhere on your land during dry weather?Is one particular patch of the lawn always green no matter how dry the weather?Are your water meter readings higher than usual?Are you receiving higher water bills? If you have a water meter, make sure that no water is being used in the property and that all taps are turned off, then simply look at the meter  for a couple of minutes. None of the dials should move. If they do then there may be a leak on the supply pipe.
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