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4 Ways to Avoid Low Water Pressure in Your Home

Low Water Pressure

Dealing with a loss of water pressure in your home can be very frustrating. You go to take a shower to start your day, but the water falls weakly from the showerhead. You try using your faucet head to blast away the dried food remnants in your dishes, but it comes out at more of a trickle than a jet. Wouldn’t it be nice to address the problem now and prevent it from happening in the future? We certainly think so! Here are some tips to avoid low water pressure around your home.

#1. Examine Your Pipes

Why Water Pressure is Crucial to Your Plumbing System

water pressure

Water pressure is an important aspect to a properly functioning plumbing system. You may need it for cleaning dishes, showering, or certain outdoor needs. If there’s an issue, it can usually be pinpointed to pretty specific causers. Blockages all the way to water leaks can hamper your water and leave you with poor pressure. However, there are a few measures that can be taken to address different issues that may arise and effect your plumbing