There’s nothing worse than getting in the shower just to have the wall slowly drip down on you. However, low water pressure a common problem among homeowners and families. While some individuals may only experience it in the shower, others will notice low water pressure in the bathroom sink, kitchen, washing machine and even outdoor water faucets.
Identify The Problematic Water Line
The first thing you should do is determine how many water lines are affected by low pressure. Go through your home and turn on each of the faucets and make note of which ones have low water pressure. If there’s only one faucet with low pressure, then it’s probably due to a clogged or damaged pipe. On the other hand, if all of the faucets have low water pressure, then it’s a a greater problem at hand.