Businesses have to function well in order to keep increasing their profits, as that creates a resource to help them for future scalability. While profits are earned after a lot of hard work, the money earned can drip out easily in a lot of different ways and a water leak is just one of them. Receiving DEWA bills with unusually high charges is not a sight that any business would appreciate. If this happens, you can get your meter checked to know if it is correctly taking readings.
If the readings are found to be correct, then it could be possible that there exists a potential water leak.However, this is not the only concern that companies may have in such a situation. Imagine walking into an office that has mold on the walls, or a commercial kitchen that has signs of damp on the walls. (In case you do not exactly know what mold looks like, it is a puffy, dark patch on the wall caused due to continuous dampness and it easily captures one’s attention.) In either situation it would raise immediate concerns regarding the health of the workplace and in worse case scenarios could lead to your business being temporarily closed whilst the issue is resolved.
Also, the last thing that you would want in your office space is a serious water leakage. If a small dripping of water is left unattended, it might eventually turn into a heavy outpour. Not only would this damage the fabric of the building but could lead to damage to electrical equipment or even highly valued stock. Hence, the most prudent course of action is to call in a professional to investigate any signs of water leak as soon as it has been spotted.