There are a lot of concessions that we have to make in our lives. To put it simply, you just can’t win ’em all. That being said, you’ve got to draw the line somewhere. One situation that may seem like a part of everyday life that we certainly draw the line at is low water pressure. It’s annoying, you deserve better, and, worst of all, it could indicate a serious plumbing problem. Do not put up with it any longer!
When you work with the Sunny Plumbers, you are working with skilled professionals who can identify any problems you are up against accurately. That initial diagnosis also means that we’ll be able to solve the problem promptly. No quick fixes or band-aid applications. We do it the right way, every step of the way. We take your comfort and your overall satisfaction with your plumbing system and our services very seriously, so call today!
You Might Have Hard Water Problems
If you have hard water, then you may encounter low water pressure issues throughout your home. This is a more serious situation than it may sound like, actually, because, while the water pressure coming from your faucets and fixtures is low, that restricted water flow could lead to high pressure levels within the system itself.
Hard water leaves deposits in your pipes and fixtures like your shower head. If your shower head is clogged up with those deposits then, yes, you’re going to run into low water pressure. Remember that this is only the beginning of your problems, and be sure to work with us to have the situation resolved with a whole-house water softener.
You May Have a Leak in a Supply Line
Does it seem like your low water pressure in Tucson is unique to one particular area in your home? If so, it is likely that the water supply pipe to that particular area has a leak. It may not even be a “major” leak that leads to serious flooding or anything. However, any leak is wasting water, doing damage, and potentially creating a prime environment for mold!
If you need plumbing repairs, you need them immediately. The scope really does not matter. Do not sit around, paying for water that you’re not even using, while your home and your health are potentially compromised.
It Could Be a Bigger Issue
What kind of bigger issue? Well, a leak in a bigger pipe!
If your main water line is leaking, then a loss of water pressure throughout the entire house could result. Could, not always. You could also be experiencing a drop in pressure because of an issue with the municipal supply. In either event, a drop in pressure throughout the whole house is obviously not a sustainable situation. Rule out a ruptured water main or use of fire hydrant that could be causing widespread pressure drops with neighbors. If it’s just your home, then definitely let us know!
Schedule your plumbing repairs with The Sunny Plumber. Bright and Shiny and Won’t Show Our Hiney.