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The city does provides a location for these items.
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To check for leaks in your home, you first need to determine whether you're wasting water. Then identify the source of the leak. In most cases the water line running to your home is "metered" for accountability and billing purposes. A leak on your line can be very costly. Yet, even a very small leak can be found through trying a few simple techniques and can save you from a nasty surprise from your local utility company. If you have been notified that you have a leak, here are a few steps you can do before calling a plumber. The more you do, the less it will cost you in the long run! After you have checked your home for possible water leaks and still feel you have a leak call 755-7310.
It can be the lines in the house are old or a variety of other possibilities. You can call 755-7320 to have this checked.
It could be rain water, from irrigation water or seeping lines.