Water Pressure

Water pressure Check is Part of Residential Plumbing Maintenance

High Water Pressure: Understanding the Destructive Force

The Mechanics of High Water Pressure  Water pressure is the force of water exerted through the plumbing system. Normal water pressure typically ranges between 40 to 80 pounds per square inch (psi), although most experts say 60-65 psi is the right spot to provide adequate flow for daily activities. However, when this pressure exceeds safe […]

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Plumbing Maintenance

Unlocking 11 Key Insights into Your Plumbing System in San Diego

How to Locate Your Main Shut-Off Valve  Knowing where your main shut-off valve is located can prevent catastrophic water damage in emergencies like burst pipes or major leaks. Fortunately, finding it is usually straightforward. Most homes have their main shut-off valve positioned in the garage, usually in line with the main water meter that enters […]

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Emergency Plumbing

Everyday Water Leaks: The Problem and the Answers 

Common Causes of Everyday Water Leaks 1.1 Plumbing Problems Plumbing issues are a widespread and troublesome origin of household water leaks. Over time, the wear and tear on plumbing systems can lead to pipe deterioration and corrosion, leading to pipe cracks. These leaks have a knack for appearing unexpectedly within your plumbing network, whether at […]

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Plumbing Maintenance

Easy Plumbing Maintenance: Tips and Tricks to Save on Repairs!

How to Take Control of Your Home’s Plumbing Maintenance Your plumbing is the unsung hero of your home, working tirelessly behind the scenes to keep things flowing smoothly. But here’s the kicker—like an unsung hero, it needs some TLC to stay in top-notch shape. That’s where preventative maintenance swoops in to save the day! Easy […]

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Low Water Pressure, Troubleshoot Your Shower

Mastering Water Pressure: How to Achieve the Ideal PSI Levels

What Your Water Pressure Should Be Set To Setting the appropriate water pressure in your home is essential for the smooth functioning of your plumbing system. Ideally, the recommended water pressure typically falls within the range of 40 to 60 pounds per square inch (psi) and should never exceed 80 psi. This range is crucial […]

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