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Most water meters have numbers representing how many gallons of water have passed through them since they were originally installed by the water department.

Step one: Record the current numbers that are on the water meter face.

If your meter is like the one in the picture above, The red indicator bar will spin around like a clock hand. Indicating 10 individual gallons with one complete revolution of the hand. Mark the current number.

Step two: Fill a five gallon bucket with water .

or [five one gallon jugs] =5 gallons

Step three; Read the current water meter numbers to confirm that you used exactly five gallons of water.

If yes; your water meter is working correctly

If no; Contact your water company to report a broken meter

  • 89$ Leak Detection

The average price of leak detection in Pinellas County is $138-$275, Depending on how long it takes to find the leak. With most leaks, We are able to find them within the hour for the price of $138. We charge $89 an hour with a $49 service charge is how we get to $138 with a cap of $275 as not to charge an unfair price. Our main goal is to save you money and time and explain the best way to fix your leak.

  • 89$ Leak Detection

Updated: May 18, 2023

This video is of our experienced technician Gary finding a water leak that was causing one of our client's water bill to skyrocket. Lucky we were able to respond quickly and put a stop to the extreme water loss. If you have noticed an increase in your water bill it is possible you may have a water leak. We are here 24/7 to help you save water and money!

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