If you’re turning on the tap and not getting much water, chances are that you have trouble with low water pressure. To see if this is a problem for you and to get it fixed, you’ll need to call a plumber. Here’s some more information.
About Low Water Pressure
Low water pressure can be extremely annoying as it feels like it is taking forever to perform simple tasks such as doing the dishes, having a shower or watering the garden. While it is certainly a nuisance, low water pressure can be a sign that there is something wrong with your plumbing.
Causes of Low Water Pressure
One cause of low water pressure is blockages or clogs in the pipes that lead to your home and/or taps. These blockages restrict the flow of water and as such, you will not be getting as much coming out of the tap, causing low water pressure. Another cause is a crimped water line. Yet another thing that can cause low water pressure is a partially closed or malfunctioning shutoff valve.
Fixing Low Water Pressure
If you are tired of low water pressure and just want things back to normal, you’ll need the help of a qualified licensed plumber. The plumber will be able to look at your plumbing and diagnose the specific problem. Once this is done, they will take the necessary steps in order to restore your water pressure and make using your water a pleasure again.
Result Plumbing is available 7 days a week and can help you with your Water Pressure problems. Call 1300 780 760 now.
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