Taps and Leaks

Taps and Leaks

Sometimes, all that is needed to stop a leaking tap is changing washers, “O” rings and give the taps a good clean out. Alternatively, you may decide to update your taps and replace them.

Source – Save water accessed online 10 July 2015).

Did you know that a slow leaking tap can waste up to 20,000 litres per year?

That is literally flushing your hard-earned money down the drain!

A common update that we undertake is to change traditional taps for ceramic disc, 1/4-turn taps – these are far easier to turn on and off compared with traditional taps.

Visit www.savewater.com.au for more water conservation information

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