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Toilet Leaking: Understanding and Fixing Common Issues

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that American households waste an average of 10,000 gallons of water annually through leaks. Leaking toilets are among the most common sources of…

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Check Your Leaks: It’s Fix a Leak Week 2024

Check Your Leaks: It's Fix a Leak Week 2024 Are you ready for National Fix a Leak Week? It's time to roll up your sleeves and tackle those pesky household…

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From a Drip to a Flood: The Cascading Effects of Water Leaks

Water Leaks Big and Small   The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s annual Fix-A-Leak week takes place every third week of March to promote water conservation by encouraging people to find…

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How To Stop Household Water Leaks

By: Joanna Birns Household water leaks are responsible for an absolutely staggering amount of water waste with the average American household wasting an average of 10,000 gallons/year to leaks. All…

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What To Do Once You’ve Caught A Leak

Tips For Locating Troublesome Leaks In Your Home By: Joanna Birns Small leaks can pack a BIG punch - especially if they aren’t caught quickly. While most homeowners tend not…

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What Wastes Water In My Home?

By: Joanna Birns We know that leaks are by far the biggest water waste in a home (1 trillion gallons of water is wasted each year from household leaks)! But…

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Guide: Setting up Your Flume to Maximize Your Water Leak Protection

With over 14,000 people in the US experiencing a water damage-related emergency each day, the importance of catching and repairing leaks quickly can’t be understated. Flume wants to help you…

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