We're Your Home Water Pressure Repair Service For San Diego County
At Big B's Plumbing, we're your home water pressure repair service for San Diego County. It's our motto to treat people the same way you want to be treated. Do we want to get up in the morning to a shower that takes forever to get hot, while at the same time, the water is barely coming out? Do we want to wash our hands or dishes with poor water pressure? Heck no, and we don't want our customers to either. We have water pressure repair specialists ready at a moment’s notice to solve the low or high water pressure problem once and for all.
Saving Customers Money With Great Tips And Amazing Value
We're always trying to save our customers money whenever we can. Here are a few tips you can do before you make that service call:
-Tip one is to check with neighbors to make sure they aren't having the same low water pressure problem. If your neighbor is experiencing the same problem, chances are the problem is with your local water municipal water district. In some cases, they may have a project in your area causing the low water pressure.
-Tip two is to check your home’s shut off valve. Sounds simple because it is. Your shut off valve is located near the water meter and in some cases, in the garage. Make sure it is completely open. A partially closed shut off valve will cause low water pressure.
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Become A Do-It-Yourselfer
-Tip three is if you really want to become the do-it-yourselfer, take a trip to your local home improvement store and purchase a water pressure reader. They're less than $12. Fasten the water pressure checker to the end of your hose. Turn on your hose or faucet and check the reading–––it's that easy. The gauge reads in PSI, pounds per square inch. If the PSI is between 45 and 80, your water pressure is good. Check it in multiple locations to make sure the water pressure checks the same throughout the house. If it's isolated to one location, then you'll know the problem is NOT due to low water pressure.
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If, for some reason, your water pressure is above 80 PSI that means you have high water pressure. While high water pressure might seem like a good thing, think again, the constant pressure can wreak havoc on pipes, water heaters, appliances, and fixtures. Not to mention, it makes way to higher water bills. At Big B's Plumbing, we're ready to get your water pressure back on track. We'll bring you the value and service you always desired. Our unequaled reviews on Google+, Facebook and Yelp, along with our A+ rating on the Better Business Bureau, sets us apart from the rest of the pack.
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