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Common symptoms of low water pressure

Your shower doesn’t work very well

High above street level and at the top of your building, a loft shower places the most significant demands on your water supply.

The bath and toilet cistern take a long time to fill

A typical bath can use up to 80 litres of water and a cistern holds up to 7.5 litres of water. A slow-filling bath or cistern is a good symptom of low water pressure.

Your electric shower cuts out when a toilet flushes

Electric showers have safety mechanisms so they don’t scald you, providing them with the ability to switch themselves off when water pressure drops below a safe level.


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Sound Familiar?

You are not alone: many homes experience water pressure problems. Often we notice it as the morning shower that just dribbles water, rather than giving that invigorating luxury hotel experience that sets you up for the day.