Is your plumbing system under too much pressure? High water pressure can cause damage to pipes, fittings, and fixtures, and can also increase water usage and utility bills. You may need a water pressure regulator valve if the water pressure in your plumbing system is too high. A water pressure regulator valve works by reducing the incoming water pressure to a safe and consistent level that is suitable for your specific plumbing system.
Some of the signs that you may need a water pressure regulator valve include:
Noisy pipes: If you hear banging, rattling, or other unusual noises coming from your plumbing system, it may be a sign that the water pressure is too high.
Leaking faucets or toilets: High water pressure can cause faucets and toilets to leak or drip, which can waste water and increase your water bills.
Damage to appliances and fixtures: High water pressure can cause damage to appliances and fixtures, such as washing machines, dishwashers, and water heaters, reducing their lifespan and requiring costly repairs.
Uneven water pressure: If some areas of your home have higher water pressure than others, it may be a sign that you need a water pressure regulator valve.
Contact Paradise Plumbing to set up a water pressure test to determine if a pressure regulator valve will benefit your home.