Low water pressure is usually an indication that you have problems with your pipes and taps, so it is best to have them inspected by a local Perth plumber to find the source of the issue.
At times, your low water pressure Perth may be caused by temporary and planned local water outages in your area. Some ways you can troubleshoot the problem first before you call a licenced Perth plumber is checking to see if you are using multiple taps at the same time or if you have low water pressure for hot water only, which may be an issue with your hot water system instead.
Firstly, we recommend that you check to see if your shutoff valves are open, which is located near your water meter. If they are open, the reason for your low water pressure may be due to blocked taps, blocked pipes, water leaks, burst pipes or damaged pipes. Some other reasons for low water pressure include clogs from debris in your water supply, mineral deposit build-up and rust build-up in old pipes. The most common leak that causes water pressure problems is a leaking toilet. However, the kitchen, bathroom and your hose can also be the cause of your low water pressure problems and our specialist Perth plumbers can locate which tap is the issue. Don’t let your low water pressure problem linger as you may experience a large spike in your water bills or even water damage throughout your home.
Our Perth plumbing team will test the water supply, locate the water leak or block causing this and then repair weak water supply. We can then install or repair any parts needed and are able to provide advice on the best possible and cost-effective solution to increase the pressure of your taps throughout your property. We will provide you with a comprehensive quote that outlines each detail of the repair and advise you how long it may take to repair your low water pressure as it varies on the cause and amount of damage.