- Paying Your Bill
- Welcome New Customers
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- Do-It-Yourself Repairs
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- Water & Sewer Rates
- Affordability Programs
- Water Pressure
Water loss can happen in unexpected places around your home. SAWS presents this educational series of Do-It-Yourself Repairs to help you fight costly water leaks in your home. These water-saving tips are just of the some ways you can prevent water waste and keep money from going down the drain.
The average homeowner can install high-efficiency showerheads and faucet aerators and repair dripping faucets and leaking toilets, saving 10,000 to more than 25,000 gallons per year for a family of four. Follow these proactive steps and become a WaterSaver.
Your toilet can be the biggest water waster in your home. Check it for leaks.
With high-efficiency showerheads and aerators, water flows more smoothly and it saves you money.
Learning how to read your water meter can help you detect a leak instantly.