Most of us know the frustration that comes when home water pressure problems interrupt our routines, whether we’re starting our day with a shower, doing dishes, or watching a tub or sink take much longer than usual to fill. You may also notice that a washing machine or dishwasher is taking much longer than usual to complete a cycle.
Low water pressure can be caused by a variety of issues in your home’s plumbing. Most can be resolved fairly easily, but first you have to identify what might be causing the low water pressure. Here are a few things you can check to identify common water pressure problems in your home: