All About Pressure Reducing Valves

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Pressure-reducing valves, sometimes called PRVs, pressure reduction valves, or pressure regulating valves, help control the water pressure in your home.

PRVs are usually located on the main water line coming into your home. This simple bell-shaped device assures the water pressure that reaches your plumbing fixtures stays under the state-mandated code limit of 80 psi.

Excessive water pressure can damage your plumbing fixtures and ruin the internal parts of your water heater. Whistling or singing pipes are a tell-tale sign of high pressure. Leaking or dripping faucets, running toilets, water heater’s T&P leaking can also be the resulting damage from of excessive water pressure. Continued failure can ultimately result in burst water pipes and flooding of your home.

If you are experiencing any of these warning signs, have a pressure reading of 70 psi or higher, or suspect your pressure reducing valve has failed, contact My Georgia Plumber at (770) 268-2331 to install a new PRV. If you don’t know how to take a pressure reading, just call us. We will be happy to do it for you as part of our whole house plumbing inspection. You can also Schedule Online

My Georgia Plumber will do a whole home inspection if you live in Acworth, Alpharetta, Ball Ground, Canton, Cumming, Kennesaw, Johns Creek, Marietta, Roswell, Sandy Springs, Smyrna, Suwanee, Woodstock, and surrounding or areas.

Call us to schedule your whole house inspection or other plumbing services at  (770) 268-2331  or simply book online.

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