What’s wrong with high water pressure?
Have you ever noticed a whistling sound coming through the pipes in your home when you turn on the sink or shower, or when the toilet tank just begins to fill? Do your pipes bang loudly when the water is turned on and off?
If you answered yes, there’s a good chance you have high water pressure.
What’s wrong with high water pressure? In your home’s plumbing system, high water pressure can do serious damage by eroding the insides of pipes, joints and even appliances. That damage leads to leaking water heaters, dripping faucets, and dishwasher and clothes washer breakdown, dramatically reducing their life expectancy. It also increases your monthly water and energy bills due to excess wasted water.
Installing a pressure regulator can reduce water consumption by 1/3, which means lower water bills and less water that’s heated by boilers and water heaters, meaning you also lower your fuel consumption and your energy bills.
Contact us at 303-688-0597 for a water pressure test today.