Low Water Pressure?
If you have a plumber come out to fix a water pressure issue, or you call your friend who’s a plumber concerning this issue, their first question will probably be…
“Is this from an individual fixture or throughout the whole house?”
The reason for this question is to help the plumber diagnose what exactly is causing this low water pressure.
If the problem is throughout the whole house, Some common possibilities are: A valve is partially shut, there’s A restricted waterline, or there is a clogged filter.
If It’s a Local Clog?
It may very well be an aerator screen (found at the end of a faucet where the water comes out) which is a common problem area. Sometimes a cartridge will clog, and occasionally it will be the shut-off or supply that has clogged.
A break in the line can also cause low water pressure Or something as simple as leaving an outdoor hose running!
Either way, if this is a problem you are having, and don’t feel is something you can or should fix yourself, give us a call or text.
We’ll be happy to come out and fix that water pressure issue along with whatever other plumbing issues you may be having! No pressure from us- only the water pressure you want back in your home!
And just to make you smile?