1. It is very typical for water usage to increase during the summer months, regardless of the size and style of your home. Be sure to check all fixtures and appliances for possible leaks, drips, blockage, and overall condition.
2. If you haven’t already done so, now would be the time to check and make sure your water heater is running properly. It is highly recommended that your water heater does not measure above 120 degrees Fahrenheit.
3. Before the summer season starts, have your sewer lines checked, particularly if you’ve had a very wet spring. It has been found that tree roots can start to grow in the direction of a cracked or leaking sewer line in order to receive nourishment.