Low Water Pressure Repair Service Murrieta, Temecula, Menifee, Wildomar, and Surrounding Areas
Low water pressure repair Temecula, Murrieta, Menifee, and the Inland Empire. Nothing is more irritating than taking a shower or even watering your lawn with low pressure. Many of us might say, "Why worry? We're in a drought." But the fact is, we may be using more water to accomplish our task. So what's the cause and how do I get it fixed? Many things can be the cause of low pressure in our lines. Our plumbing experts are trained to identify the problem quickly. Below are some issues that can cause low water pressure:
- Particles or debris in your water lines
- Mineral deposits that build in the lines
- A faulty regulator
- Faulty water valve
- Whole house water filters
- Water Leak
- Municipal water district
- Peak period water usage
Here are a couple of questions you need to ask yourself: Where does the low water pressure occur? Is it throughout the home or is it isolated to one area? For example, if the water pressure only exists in the shower, it may be as simple as buying a new shower head or scraping off the calcium build up on the old shower head. We would advise you to have us replace your old showerhead with a new water-saving shower head.
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Is Your Low Water Pressure Throughout The Home?
When the water pressure is low throughout the home, you may want to look at the home water shut off valve that may be partially turned off. Even if the home valve is partly turned off, it will cause low water pressure. Call us to come out and check your pressure regulator. It may be time for a new one. Mineral deposits in your lines can also be a cause of low pressure especially if you have high concentrations of calcium in your water.
Checking your water meter can tell you if you have a water leak. Write down the number showing on the meter, then turn off all the faucets in your home, don’t use any water for one hour. Come back an hour later and see if your meter number has moved up. If it has, then you have a water leak. The problem could be as simple as a low water pressure problem. Everyone using water at the same time in your neighborhood. Whatever the cause, Big B's Plumbing Company provides Low Water Pressure Repair.
The Main Cause Of Low Water Pressure
The leading cause of low water pressure is your water pressure regulator. Locate the regulator; it's usually in the front of the home by the hose connection. The manufacturers typically preset the regulator. It’s not uncommon for them to need adjusting. On the other hand, the pressure regulator can go wrong. An experienced plumber from big B's Plumbing can tackle the problem swiftly. We boast of a five-star rating on Yelp and an A+ rating with BBB. And don’t forget to check our contractor's license. The link to our (Contractor's License #986152). We cover Menifee, Sun City, Temecula, Murrieta, Perris, San Jacinto, Lake Elsinore, and surrounding areas.