Issues with water pressure levels in the shower can affect the joy of a hot shower, as well as indicate issues with the plumbing that can lead to further damage. Signs of Shower Pressure Issues Water pressure issues can be constant — such as a drop in pressure that doesn't recover — or it can be intermittent, which means the pressure loss comes and goes while the shower is running. Both issues are frustrating at best and indications of damage to the shower or your plumbing at worst.
There are a few problems that can plague the faucet and tap assembly that serves your bathtub. The following can help you troubleshoot these issues so you can repair the faucet. 1. Poor Water Flow Weak water flow out of the faucet is a nuisance because it can greatly increase the time it takes to fill the tub. A blockage inside the tap is typically the cause. Inside the faucet head is a mesh screen, called an aerator.
Keeping your home's plumbing system in good working order is a family job. Have you taught your kids what should never be flushed down the toilets or poured down the drains? Do your kids know what to watch for to know that there is a plumbing problem that needs to be addressed? If your kids know what to look for, they will be less likely to contribute to making a minor plumbing problem more serious. This blog will show you things that you should teach your kids so that everyone can work together to protect the entire plumbing system in your home.