Property Managers:

Undetected RUNNING TOILETS are the #1 cause of your properties’ high-water bills

  • BUT if a tenant KNOWS the toilet is running, the tenant CAN and usually WILL correct the problem by “Jiggling the Handle”
  • Tenants don’t see running toilets as THEIR problem and therefore usually DON’T report them…
  • …which means that THE PROBLEM is almost never actually FIXED
  • AND, running toilets are almost always REPEAT OFFENDERS
  • SO, when their toilets run again (and they will), the LeakAlertor 6000 will let them know almost immediately, audibly telling YOUR TENANTS that they need to “Jiggle the Handle” before they leave the bathroom

For more detailed information about how the LeakAlertor 6000 can immediately start decreasing your properties’ water bills, click here!

As a Property Manager, here’s what you need to know:

4 ½ Gallons-Per-Minute is the average amount of water wasted by an undetected running toilet.
THAT’S 6,480 GALLONS EVERY 24 HOURS!

So How Does the LeakAlertor 6000 Solve this Problem?
The LeakAlertor 6000 will continuously flash and beep as soon as the running toilet is detected, which is usually before your tenant has left the bathroom. That continuous alert let’s them know to “Jiggle the Handle”, which will correct the problem 95% of the time.

But Why Does a Running Toilet Go Undetected? And Seriously, How Common is this Problem?
Bathroom fans, background noise, music, “Quiet” fill valves, and “Quiet” toilets, can all mask or muffle the sound of a running toilet. Those who are hearing-impaired might not notice a running toilet. And as for children: they simply may not know any better. Before the 6000 was developed, no one actually knew how often running toilets occurred and went undetected…and quite frankly, we didn’t know, either. Once the 6000 started shipping, we discovered running toilets happen so frequently, and repeatedly, that they were responsible for more high-water bills than all other indoor water losses causes combined. For more detailed information provided by actual property managers, please contact us.

What About Regular Leaks and Faulty Fill Valves that Bleed Water into the Tank and Down the Overflow?
We got that, too. The LeakAlertor 6000 produces a “Non-Emergency” alert when those less catastrophic leaks occur. Here’s how it works: When a minor problem (like a leak or faulty fill valve) occurs, the LeakAlertor 6000 will flash and beep for the first 4 or 5 seconds of the flush cycle, and then go quiet. If you download and provide your tenants with our Leave Behind Brochure, they will know to call you to request a non-emergency repair.

One More Question About Running Toilets: What’s the Most Common Cause?
The chain, but it’s not always because the length is too long. We like to call it “Slap Handle”. People in a hurry and (most) children tend to “slap” the handle, which can result in the chain getting caught on the handle clip. There are actually 7 common reasons why a running toilet occurs… click here to see the list!

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Residents:

Undetected RUNNING TOILETS are the #1 cause of YOUR high-water bills

  1. A running toilet can waste almost 300 gallons in just one hour
    …that’s over 6,480 gallons in 24 hours!
  2. …easily adding $60.00 or more to your water bill in just one day!
  3. BUT, IF you KNOW that your toilet is running, you can QUICKLY correct the problem
  4. Most people don’t understand that a single running toilet can COST so much money in so little time
  5. Even worse, running toilets are almost always REPEAT OFFENDERS!
  6. SO, whenever your toilet runs, the LeakAlertor 6000 will let you know almost immediately, audibly telling YOU or YOUR FAMILY that they need to “Jiggle the Handle” before they leave the bathroom

What’s a running toilet?
What’s a leaking toilet?
What’s the difference?
Click here to find out!

LeakAlertor alerts you
BEFORE YOU WASTE MONEY on high water bills!

How can the LeakAlertor decrease my water bill?
Running toilets are the #1 cause of a high water bill. When this problem occurs, most people actually know to “Jiggle the Handle” to temporarily fix the issue (or in a worst-case scenario, turn off the water). What many people don’t know is when to jiggle the handle. (Click here to see what causes toilets to run.) When you install the LeakAlertor 6000, you will always know when your toilet is running. You will be alerted before you leave the bathroom, preventing a high water bill.

Why are we talking about running toilets? Aren’t leaking flappers the biggest water wasters? Even my water company and the EPA say leaks can waste 50 to 200 gallons per day, right?
Yes, they do, and a badly leaking flapper can waste a lot of water (200 gallons per day). But think about these numbers: at 4.5 gallons per minute, a wide-open flapper will take less than one hour to waste as much water as a badly leaking flapper does in an entire day! And if a wide-open flapper goes undetected for just one day, it can waste 6,480 gallons of water! But if leaking flappers or faulty fill valves are your concern, the LeakAlertor also detects those problems and alerts you when to make a repair.

Why hasn’t anybody talked about running toilets before?
Before the LeakAlertor 6000 was developed, no one actually knew how often undetected running toilets occurred… and quite frankly, we didn’t know either. Once the LeakAlertor 6000 started shipping, we discovered running toilets happen so frequently, and repeatedly, that they were responsible for more high-water bills than all other indoor water loss causes combined!

Can’t I just use the dye tablets my water company gave me to alert me to problems?
No. Dye tablets are only effective in detecting slow, consistent leaks. Bu here’s the good news: the LeakAlertor not only detects running toilets, but also detects slower leaks of all kinds!

How do I get more information about the LeakAlertor 6000?
We’ve created a series of videos to help demonstrate the simple installation and operation of the LeakAlertor. The videos are on the Support Page here. These videos should answer all of your questions.

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