Water Pressure Issues

Water Pressure Regulators

A water pressure regulator reduces the pressure of the water coming into your pipes. It takes high-pressure municipal water, which can come in at up to 150 psi (pounds per square inch), and reduces it to 50 to 80 psi—a much safer pressure for your home’s plumbing.

High water pressure can hurt your plumbing and appliances and cause many problems. Fixture manufacturers will not warranty their products if served by water pressures greater than 80psi. This higher water pressure will cause parts in your fixtures to begin failing and leaking over time.

Signs you have high water pressure in your home:

  • Water coming out of your faucets at an excessive pressure
  • Multiple and recurrent leaking or dripping faucets
  • “Water hammers” – banging noises in the pipes
  • Shortened life span on appliances – water heaters, washing machines and dishwashers
  • Toilets running continually without being used

If you suspect your home’s water pressure is too high, you can easily measure the pressure yourself using a store-bought pressure gauge or call one of our professional plumbers to take a measurement and identify your problem. Anything over 80 psi needs to be reduced by installing a Water Pressure Regulator.

Just like any other device, a Water Pressure Regulator also has a limited lifespan. Due to the heavy work they perform, the valves can easily develop issues. It is important to have regular maintenance to keep your system working correctly and avoid costly repairs.

We offer the best installation, maintenance, replacement and repair services for Water Pressure Regulators in Tyler and nearby areas.

Call 903.534.5663 now and schedule your Pressure Regulator service with one of our professional plumbers.

Booster Pumps

If your water pressure is lower than normal, everyday household activities can become stressful. Installing a Pressure Booster Pump will boost low water pressure, raising your home water volume and eliminate low-pressure problems for good. These pumps are attached directly to your water system to deliver the right amount of water to your pipes and fixtures.

Low residential water pressure can be caused by other problems like clogs and corrosion on your pipeline or leaks. One of our trained plumbers can help you correctly identify the causes of your low-pressure problem and address it properly. Choosing the right professional for the job will help you save time and money.

If you need professional pressure pump assistance, contact us right away. We offer licensed installation, maintenance, replacement and repair services for Boosters Pumps in Tyler and East Texas.

Call us at 903.534.5663 and schedule a Boosters pump service with one of our professional plumbers.