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Please join us March 19 - 22, 2018
Every year, leaks waste over 1 trillion gallons of water nationwide. That's enough to supply the water to over 11 million homes for an entire year. In just a short amount of time, with some simple suggestions, you can save up to 10% on your water bill.

Drop by the Utility Exploration Center during Fix a Leak Week, March 19 - 22, 10am to 3pm to see where those water-wasting leaks hide out around your home. Grab a dye tablet to follow the leak trail through your toilet. Check out the flow of water to your home and identify your biggest leak culprit - irrigation!

Do-It-Yourself Tune-Up Irrigation Workshops Register Online Now
March 24  • 10am - noon  • Maidu Community Center • Course code 81384  • FREE
March 24  •  2pm - 4pm  • Utility Exploration Center • Course code 81396  • FREE

The City of Roseville's Water Efficiency experts will hold special, free Do-It-Yourself Tune-Up Irrigation Workshops at two locations on Saturday, March 24. Get hands-on experience with hassle-free spray and drip repairs, easy electrical trouble shooting and simple irrigation timer tricks. We can help you find solutions for your specific irrigation issues. Registration is required for the workshops; space is limited.

Call us at 916.746.1550 for more information or to register.

Fix a Leak Week

Get a Handle on Leaks
Ten percent of homes have leaks that waste 90 gallons or more per day. Do you live in one of them? Stop by during Fix a Leak Week to learn how to find and fix those leaks! Common types of leaks found in the home include worn toilet flappers, dripping faucets, and leaking showerheads. All are easily correctable.

Want to check your toilet for leaks? Stop in to pick up a free dye tablet to find where leaks may be hiding. If the color shows up in the bowl within 10 minutes without flushing, you have a leak. Make sure to flush immediately after this experiment to avoid staining the tank.

A showerhead leaking at 10 drips per minute wastes more than 500 gallons per year. That’s the amount of water it takes to wash 60 loads of dishes in your dishwasher. Most leaky showerheads can be fixed by ensuring a tight connection using pipe tape and a wrench. If you are replacing a showerhead, look for one that has earned the WaterSense label.

An irrigation system that has a leak 1/32nd of an inch in diameter (about the thickness of a dime) can waste over 6,000 gallons of water per month. Check your garden hose for leaks at its connection to the spigot. If it leaks while you run your hose, replace the nylon or rubber hose washer and ensure a tight connection to the spigot using pipe tape and a wrench.

Schedule a Water Wise House Call
Let our H20GUY analyze your water use and provide you with water savings tips and devices free of charge. Schedule your appointment today at or by calling 916.774.5761.