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Pressure Regulator

Water Pressure Regulator Replacement

 

Is your water pressure regulator not working correctly?

If you are experiencing high water pressure, then there is a good chance your water pressure regulator is not working correctly. Give us a call so we can send out one of our professionally trained plumbers to repair or replace yours.

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We are accredited by the Better Business Bureau and maintain an A+ rating with them. Our family-owned and operated business have been serving the Inland Empire for over 36–years. And for the past few years, the readers of the San Bernardino Sun and Redlands Daily Facts have voted us “Favorite Plumbing Company” for the entire Inland Empire.

Water Pressure Regulator Installation & Repair

Your water pressure regulatory, also known as water pressure reducing valve, is an essential piece of plumbing for your home. A water pressure regulator reduces the pressure from the main city line that flows into your house.

If you suspect that your water pressure in your home is abnormally high, your regulator could be faulty and need to be replaced. Many of your appliances are set to run on a specific range of water pressure. If the pressure is too high, it can cause malfunctions of plumbing related appliances like the water heater.

There are other benefits of ensuring your pressure regulator is working correctly like water conservation, lower utility costs, and wear and tear of appliances. Our plumbers can come out and test the pressure and determine if it is too high or too low.

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Does a water pressure regulator reduce flow?

Yes, if the pressure from the main city water line is too high, the regulator will reduce the flow to an acceptable pressure.

What water pressure should my house have?

Typically water pressure is between 40 – 75 PSI. When the pressure gets higher than 75, it can start to cause problems with your fittings and appliances.

How much does it cost to install a water pressure regulator?

The cost to replace a water pressure regulator depends on how long it will take. In some instances the replacement is straightforward, but other jobs may require replacing or repair nearby pipes which can add to the cost. Please give us a call at (909) 883-8827 so we can come out and provide a free plumbing quote.

Why has my water pressure suddenly dropped?

When you are experiencing a sudden drop in water pressure, it can mean there is either a broken pipe or a fixture in the house that is running or leaking.

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