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Q&A: Low water pressure

I have low water pressure in my home. What is the problem?

Firstly, check if all your taps and outlets have a similar problem. If only one or two taps have low pressure, the aerators may be blocked and need a clean.

If all taps (including external taps) have low water pressure then there could be a problem with the meter, the water service from the meter to the house, or the pipe work external of the property and it is best to call a qualified plumber.

Low water pressure from your pipes is commonly caused by old, corroded, galvanised pipes, an obstruction in the line or an undetected water leak.

Not sure why there is low water pressure in your home? Rest assured that we have the experience and equipment to diagnose and fix the problem.

Give Andrew a call on 0418 800 018 to have a Gympie plumber to you ASAP.



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