1. Turn off all water sources: Before you start investigating, turn off all water sources in your home. This
will help you narrow down the location of the leak.
2. Check your water meter: Once all water sources are turned off, check if it is still running. If it is, this
indicates that water is still flowing somewhere, which could indicate a leak.
3. Inspect your property: Take a walk around your Boston property, both indoors and outdoors, and
look for any wet spots, mold, mildew, or cracks in the foundation or walls. Pay close attention to areas
with decreased water pressure or hot spots on the floor.
4. Perform a dye test: If you suspect a leak but can’t locate it visually, you can perform a dye test. Add a
few drops of food coloring into your toilet tank and wait a few minutes. If the color appears in the toilet
bowl without flushing, it could indicate a leak in the underground pipes.