CENTRAL INDIANA PLUMBERS WHO'LL HELP YOU FIND OUT WHY THERE’S NO WATER
If you’re experiencing low water pressure or none at all, chances are you have a valve that was shut off or a possible leak. At Steg Plumbing, we recommend leaving the problem solving to the professionals. Small leaks are just the beginning to what could be the underlying reason you’re experiencing low water pressure. With over 30 years of experience, our licensed and uniformed technicians are available 24/7 to bring your water pressure back to normal.
If you don’t have any water pressure, call us anytime at 317-286-6747 for qualified plumbing service in Clermont, Zionsville, Noblesville, and beyond.
WHAT CAUSES WATER PRESSURE TO DROP IN ONE FAUCET
When water pressure drops in just one faucet in the home, the culprit is likely one of the following:
WHY IS MY WATER PRESSURE SO HIGH?
High water pressure in the home can be the result of a home built in a low lying area, municipal water kept high for local reasons, or water heating and expanding. Home plumbing is designed to handle pressure up to 80 psi. If your water pressure is higher, consider contacting a plumber.