Low Water Pressure
Pipe damage, buildup, corrosion, and leaky fixtures can cause low water pressure and make using your home’s water supply a pain. You may need a full plumbing inspection to locate the root of a low pressure problem – several factors may compound the problem at once.
Any time you notice changes in water pressure, consider reaching out to a plumbing company for advice. You may have a minor problem that you can fix yourself, but you might also need a professional to evaluate the situation. The professionals at Cray Plumbing are ready to answer any questions you have about your home’s water pressure. Call us today.