Leaky Toilet and Checking Utility Bills

I am sure that everyone who has ever tried to reduce their budget, whether it be to accommodate for a reduced income, or to help with debt reduction, has been told or read about cutting their utility bills. You may or may not have actually been able to shave money from your bills, but hopefully you tried. Switching to CFL bulbs, setting the thermostat lower in the winter and higher in the summer, taking shorter, cooler showers, and many other ideas should be saving you quite a bit each month.

But one of the most useful ways to ensure that your utility bills or as low as possible is to simply look at them each month. You will notice, of course, that your gas bill will be higher in the wi


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2 Responses to Leaky Toilet and Checking Utility Bills

  1. Chris says:

    Leaking toilets or faucets can use up hundreds of gallons a year and you will be paying for something that you were not able to use.

    Thanks for the leaking toilet information. I will check mine out…

  2. crazyliblady says:

    I had a similar problem in 2009. My bill went from $35.00 a month to $72.00 a month. Then, we found out the toilet had a leak. We fixed the leak and the bill went back down to normal.

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