We will check your water pressure for free!
High Water Pressure can cause pipes to burst and plumbing fixtures to leak.
Water can do as much damage as a fire!
Water pressure that is too high causes pipes to fail, water heaters to leak and plumbing fixtures to quickly wear out. This is a main cause of flooding and water damage. You also use more water than necessary and have a higher water bill.
Lilburn Plumbing Service will check your water pressure for free. Give us a call and when we are in your area we will come by and test it. Call us at 770-925-4311.
Flooding is a serious matter. Just 1 inch of flood water in an average home causes over $4,000 in damage. If a pipe or fixture fails upstairs when you are not home start here and add repairs. Plus there is the danger of mold, mildew, and algae.
Your home has a pressure reducing valve. If it fails you could have a problem and not know it. Most pressure reducing valves are made to last about 20 years but if it doesn't work properly or fails your water pressure will be too high.
Call for a FREE WATER PRESSURE CHECK! 770-925-4311.
See our website at Lilburn Plumbing Service
Please feel free to call us for questions on any plumbing issue.
We have been in business since 1976 and have thousands of satisfied customers.
Ask us about Noritz tankless hot water and a possible $1,500 tax credit.
Here is why you should have your water pressure checked:
- Peace of mind.
- Inexpensively avoid serious flooding problems. If your pressure is too high installing a new pressure reducing valve is not an expensive job.
- Lilburn Plumbing will check your water pressure free of charge.
High pressure causes you to use more water which increases your water bill.
If your home is in any or our service areas, Lilburn Plumbing Service will provide a free water pressure check when we are in your area.
We serve the
Lilburn Plumbing Service areas
Lilburn Plumbing Service areasin Georgia: Avondale Estates,
Here is an Excerpts from internet postings:
I had water pressure between 100-120 PSI for several years, and it made for louder plumbing, toilets that wouldn't stop (with water bills much higher than they would otherwise be) and faucets that dripped/wore out faster than normal. Because of an ongoing drought in my area I decided earlier this year to become a responsible water user and had a reducing valve put in at the meter; ...the reduction in my water bill was such that it will pay for itself by the end of the year. My water pressure is now 50-60 PSI, which is pretty standard. Anything above 80 is considered too high. –Ted W
Free Estimates - Same day Emergency Service
Full Service Plumbers since 1976!
© 2009 Lilburn Plumbing Services, Inc.; Stone Mountain, GA 770-925-4311 coupon.