Why Should You Check Your Water Pressure?

Water Pressure Check

When was the last time you checked the water pressure on your home? We make it a point to check it at every job we do. Why? Because any pressure reading over 75 psi is an indicator of a non-existent, or failed pressure regulator, and you want to know about this condition as soon as possible.

Pressures over 75 psi present a high risk of burst pipes and hoses, failed toilet valves, drippy faucets and shower valves, and leaky shut-off valves in your sink cabinets, just to name a few. A lot of little repairs here and there really add up over time, not to mention the wasted water. Trust us, we know!

A water pressure regulator installed on the main water service to your home or office will protect your plumbing systems and property against these costly repairs and waste.

A lot of homeowners don’t know they exist. And a lot of older homes, surprisingly, still don’t have one installed. However, pressure regulators are building code required in California.

We’d be happy to check your water pressure, and provide an estimate for repair or replacement of your water pressure regulator, if necessary, at no charge.

Just click HERE to fill out our easy online Service Request form. Select “Complimentary Water Pressure Check” in the drop-down menu, and hit Submit. It’s that easy, we’ll take care of the rest.

Click HERE to read about our high-quality water pressure regulators.

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