Why is my water bill going up?
Your water bill may be higher because your recent water usage could be higher. This might be for one of several reasons including additional members to the household, additional water using devices such as a lawn sprinkler, dishwasher or swimming pool, and frequent watering of gardens.

Untended leaks will also add to your bill. Leaks can manifest themselves in various ways. A water line buried in concrete could remain undetected. Leaks could exist in solar panels, hot water tanks, washing machine feed lines, irrigation system lines, and faulty toilet flapper valves.

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1. Who do I call for a water billing problem?
2. Why is my water bill going up?
3. How can I determine if I have a water leak?
4. How can I determine if my water meter is accurate?
5. Why is my water dirty sometimes?
6. Why is my water sometimes cloudy white?
7. Is my water safe to drink?
8. Is there bacteria in the water?
9. Should I have my water tested?
10. Is lead a problem in my water?
11. How much sodium is in my water?
12. Is my water hard or soft?
13. What chemicals are added to the water?
14. Why is fluoride added to the water?
15. What can I do to conserve water?