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Why Low Water Pressure Can Be Dangerous

Let's say that you turn on the faucet only to see a weak stream of water coming from it. What do you do? Well, you need to consult Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Phoenix because this particular problem has some potential to endanger the lives of your household. In addition, please don't drink the water until after the plumber has fixed the problem.

 

The Issue with Low Water Pressure

The problem is how bacteria can enter the water system with lower pressure, and it doesn't get torn away as easily. When low water pressure happens, and you don't have a main backflow preventer, this can suck the things into the water from the sewer system and lead to backup problems. It contaminates everything, and you may even need sewer repair services in Scottsdale, AZ, to resolve the problem.

 

Too much water pressure can be dangerous but low water pressure has an equal potential for being dangerous. Low water pressure could also mean that you have a clog somewhere in the system that you need to resolve. You want to do it fast because this can lead to issues with leaks that can cause water damage and mold. When sewer line repair in Scottsdale, AZ, is needed, our team can provide that service as well.

 

Clogged Pipes

One of the most frequent causes of low water pressure comes from clogged pipes. This can also happen slowly over time, but it can lead to you needing to replace sewer line in Scottsdale, AZ. Make sure to consult our team so that you can consider your options first.

 

We provide sewer pipe line repair in Scottsdale, AZ, and we can assist you with these problems. We have the experience and know-how to help provide the appropriate solution that comes at a reasonable cost.


If you'd like to learn more about low water pressure issues, please call Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Phoenix. We have the knowledge and plumbing equipment to perform a sewer line replacement in Scottsdale, AZ, or we can do other plumbing services as needed. You may also fill out our online form to schedule your appointment.