Reasons for low water pressure
If low water pressure isn’t due to a system failure, such as broken or congested pipes, clogged water heaters, or a defective pressure tank, then the easiest solution is to install a water pressure booster. These self-monitoring systems cost upwards of $400, and ensure a steady stream of water that is unaffected by pressure and temperature fluctuations. They are particularly helpful in homes with old plumbing or multiple stories. Another possibility is that supply lines are too small; if so, you should increase their size.
Sediment can build up in your water heater, reducing the flow of water over time—especially in areas with hard water. Drain your water heater every few months to remove this sediment, as well as extend your water heater’s life. Also remove and clean the filter screens on faucets and showerheads, as minerals can build up there as well. If this doesn’t solve your problem you may want to call Speedy Rooter at 712-276-6837