How Pressure Reducing Valves Save Water

How Pressure Reducing Valves Save Water

In California, water shortage each year is a major problem. Since San Diego County receives such little rainfall each year, there is always the possibility of a water shortage that could ultimately result in mandatory water conservation. However, at Bill Howe, the leading plumber in San Diego, we will always suggest residents try to conserve water all year round because of the numerous benefits associated with conservation. Water is saved by reducing water pressure resulting in more water to go around for the entire year. Plus, a reduction in water pressure can also lead to some really great money savings.

One of the best ways to reduce your water pressure is through a high-quality pressure regulator. Most homes are equipped with these. They are a plumbing safety feature and allow a home to control how much pressure is allotted to different fixtures, such as kitchen faucets and shower heads. Sometimes these regulators become worn, old or just don’t work as effectively as they should. That is why it is important to have your regulator checked from time to time. At Bill Howe, the preferred plumber in San Diego, we’ve made it our policy to check all of our customers’ home water pressure, also known as the PSI. After all, we know plumbing. San Diego residents have trusted us for over 30 years and you can too.

If we find any problem with your regulator, we can replace it quickly and efficiently. We offer a number of plumbing services that include the installation of top grade water pressure regulators.

A suggestion our plumbers in San Diego make is that in addition to installing a properly functioning pressure reducing valve, homeowners should also consider water saving plumbing fixtures such as low-flow shower heads and high-efficiency toilets. That way, you can conserve as much water and money as possible. Additionally, our plumbers in San Diego can show you how the water pressure regulator works, where they are located and demonstrate how to keep the water pressure at a reasonable level so you can stay on top of your water conservation efforts.

To schedule an appointment or receive a free estimate with the preferred plumber in San Diego, please contact us at 1-800-BILL-HOWE (1-800-245-5469).

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