So, you have finally moved into your Atlanta home, and you have finally started settling into a routine. Your new job is becoming more enjoyable, your spouse seems to like the new job, and the children seem to be doing quite well in their new school. Although you dreaded the relocation process, the Move Me To Atlanta website helped make your transition much smoother. Now you can relax and enjoy your home, right? Well, this would be true only you have just developed a problem – a problem with your toilet. Bummer!
If you’ve never had to deal with running toilets in your previous residence, let me tell you, it can be pretty annoying. They make noise, and they can overflow. Even worse, it can cause an excessively high water bill if the water keeps running. On average, you may pay $40 to $65 for a monthly water bill. But now that this toilet problem has developed, you could end up getting a bill for up to $300 in one month! So, if you hear your toilet running, don’t let it go on for more than a couple of days if you can help it. Trust me. I know from experience that the shock of that bill will be terrifying. And many water companies aren’t forgiving of your toilet problems. So, you will have to suck it up and pay the enormous bill.
Since you’re new to Atlanta, you probably don’t know who to call to fix your toilet problem. But you know that you want this issue resolved as soon as possible to avoid wasting money that you don’t really have to spare, after your recent move. So, who can help? Task Rabbit can!
The handy guys and gals at Task Rabbit can help you with your toilet problem and other tasks that you don’t want to be bothered with. Click the button below to get started with scheduling tasks with Task Rabbit. Clicking the button lets them know that I referred you.
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Mel Childs is the author of this article and the owner of Move Me To Atlanta. She also owns her own writing company in the suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia. Additionally, she has written freelance for various publications, including Bob Vila, This Old House, Lawnstarter, WikiLawn, Homelight, Fixr, LeadsForward, Upscale Magazine, Black EOE Journal, Ancient Origins, and many more.