Written by Lee Wyatt (last updated December 5, 2018)
Have you ever had multiple water sources working at the same time, and found a noticeable lack of water pressure? It can be a real downer to have your shower water pressure suddenly drop because someone turns on the kitchen sink, starts watering the lawn, or even tries to wash some clothes. That being said, dealing with low water pressure is possible, if you keep in mind a few things.
Keep in mind that if you do end up having to do some pipe repairs, or even extensive renovating, it could potentially be rather expensive. This is particularly true if you attempt to do your own major plumbing work without any experience. Improperly laying pipe, or hooking it up, can lead to later even more costly repairs. It is always a good idea to hire a professional in such a situation.
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