Question: I have a situation that came up: the water pressure in our house can get really high. However, there are other times that we come home and it is completely fine. This is pretty confusing no doubt.
Here is an explanation of the problem. For example, when we turn the faucet on the water will shoot out really fast. However, after some time it usually normalizes.
I am no expert when it comes to plumbing. In fact, I have no clue on how to fix it. So, instead I called a plumber to get his thoughts on in it. He basically said that it could be a reducer valve or inline filter problem. Do you have any idea on how I can fix this problem. Thanks!
Answer: Thank you for your detailed explanation of your problem. Just to clarify your problem is that you have high water pressure at time and then it normalizes.
Admittedly this is a tricky one. However, luckily we already have a post created just for this particular problem. Check out: http://www.plumbingqa.com/the-causes-of-low-water-pressure/ to get a better explanation of what you are experiencing and how you can fix it!