What Could Cause Water Pressure Loss?

Water Pressure

Every Home Deserves The Water Pressure They Expect.

Have you noticed the water is not coming out of your faucets with the pressure you would like? This is an issue many homeowners have. While at times it may be a personal preference, water pressure can be caused by other, more serious issues within your home plumbing. If you notice low water pressure, it is important to have your plumber complete an inspection to determine the cause of your low water pressure.

Possible Water Pressure Issues

  • Your Water Is Turned Off At The Valve –  While it may seem silly, if the main shut off valve is turned it may reduce the amount of water that comes into your home. There are also valves around your plumbing fixtures that could be shut off.
  • You Have A Damaged Pipe – A damaged, clogged, or worn pipe within your plumbing can cause many problems for your home. These issues can stop or redirect water away from your home.
  • Your Pump is Failing – If you have a well, a big concern could be your well pump. This pump helps get water to your home, but if it is damaged it can reduce or stop the flow of water that you need.

If you have water pressure issues that do not coincide with any of the above problems, you may want to consider a water pressure booster. These systems can work in tandem with your home plumbing to get you the water and pressure you need for your daily routines. Want more information about how a water booster pump may better your home plumbing in San Jose, CA? Call Miracle Plumbing Inc. today at (408) 599-7108 and speak to our experts!