My bills are normally $50

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 I recently received a water bill for our house for $165. It seemed high but was not sure because it was during the summer in California. The next month the bill was $400! My bills are normally $50. The City sent me a notice to conserve water – I didn’t know that I was even using that much water. We hunted around the garden and found a root that penetrated an irrigation line. With Bluebot, we would have seen excess irrigation right away, shut off the leaking valve, and saved $465

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