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    Higher water bills - If you have not made any big changes in your water usage and your bill spikes that is a pretty good indication that you have an issue somewhere. Many leaks, even significant ones, occur in walls and other areas where you don't have good access. You may not even notice the leak.

    Water pressure drop - Water pressure may drop in your home unexpectedl, you need to look into the cause of this. It might just be an issue in one part of your home if the drop occurs only in a small part of your home. If the problem occurs throughout your home you can have an issue at your water main.

    Water heater not reliable - If the hot water in your home is not reliable then you have to look into what is causing the issue. There could be sediment in the heater or in your water lines, or both. Your water heater could be undersized also. 

    Extra green grass - There may be a section of your grass that grows faster, greener and lusher than the rest of the lawn. This could be an indication of a leak in a sewer line. There might be a peculiar odor in the area also.

    Stains and damp areas on ceilings and walls - This issue could be a leak in the roof or exterior walls in your home or it could be an issue with your plumbing. Don't just wipe the water away and forget about it. Since the leak is out of sight if could be a bigger issue than you think. 

    Uneven water levels in toilets - This issue usually indicates a problem in a sewer line. The line could be broken or trees roots may have grown inside of it. If left alone this issue could grow to affect your basement or your home's foundation.

    Leaks get worse - You might tend to overlook a small leak. But leaks usually get worse over time. This could lead to huge repair bills and early plumbing replacement. 

    Cracks only lead to more and bigger cracks - At times you might find a little crack in your plumbing system. While this may not be an issue at the time it generally gets worse as time wears on. Cracks will lead to more and bigger cracks. Your problem won't get smaller; it will only get bigger.