Dealing with low water pressure can be frustrating. You want to do the dishes or take a shower, but the water is barely coming out of the faucet. When that happens, something as simple as washing the plates can feel like a chore.
The causes of low water pressure are not always easy to detect. You may be dealing with pipe issues, faulty faucets or fixtures, and everything in between. You may try to diagnose and fix the problem on your own, but sometimes it's better to call the pros.
Not sure what to look for? Below are some of the most common causes of low water pressure and how to address them.