Do you have low water pressure??
By markcoinc62759768, Jun 5 2018 07:05PM
Low water pressure is mostly associated with leaking pipes and buildup of sediments. Your water supply company may also be responsible for your low water pressure.
Leaking Pipes: You may experience low water pressure due to a leak in your pipe/pipes. When pipes leak, not all water will reach your faucet, causing low pressure. If not addressed right away, it can cause extensive damage.
Build up in Pipes: Objects like dirt, dust, and sand constantly pass through your drains and into your pipes. Over time your pipes can experience build up. Also, if you have hard water, the minerals in hard water can stick to the walls of your pipes, causing build up. The buildup can block water flow and minimize pressure.
Low Water Pressure from the City: Sometimes low water pressure is caused by your city's water supply. If you hear your surrounding neighbors having the same issue, you may want to contact your water supplier to find out when the problem will be fixed.
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