When you have a blocked sewer line or a clogged drain, there can be a tendency to try to resolve the problem yourself. But a… Read more »
Category: Water Pressure Problems
Does your house or commercial building have a fire suppression system, an irrigation system or a large boiler? If so, you may need a backflow… Read more »
It’s just a leaky faucet, right? It may be a nuisance, but it can’t cost that much, can it? Well, you’d be surprised. According the… Read more »
There’s little that’s more frustrating in a home than low water pressure. You try to take a shower and the water just trickles out. It… Read more »
As a homeowner, few things can be more frustrating than low water pressure. If you have a dishwasher, it won’t function most efficiently without adequate water pressure. It can take a long time to run laundry. If you try to wash clothes and dishes at the same time, you may get just a trickle from either source. There are ways that you can increase your water pressure. Public Service Plumbers can help.
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A cracked or broken pipe in your home or business can lead to irreparable damage. Even in Texas, a significant cold snap, like the one… Read more »
When you turn on the dishwasher while your watering the lawn, does your lawn sprinkler lose some of its power? If someone flushes the toilet while you’re taking a shower, do you notice a sudden decrease in water pressure? A loss in water pressure is a common complaint on the part of homeowners, especially in homes where mom may be doing a load of laundry, dad washing the car, and one or more kids taking showers all at the same time.