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Heating engineer to sort out low water pressure needed!
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Pippi


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24-06-2014 01:20 PM

We recently had our bathroom re-fitted to include an in-bath shower, and lot of the pipes were changed, resulting in extremely low water pressure......so low that we really can't use our fancy new shower at all! The pressure was pretty low before but now it's almost non-existent Sad
Our plumber/bathroom-fitter says he is not qualified to mess with certain issues like pressure and has recommended that we hire a heating engineer to fit a special pump.
Does anyone have any experience of having successfully done this? And if so, could you please let us know who you used?
We were warned when we moved into the area (east HOP, it's pretty hilly) that the water pressure is not the best, but it's so depressing to have had a shower fitted and not be able to use it!
Any thoughts or recommendation would be very gratefully received, thanks!

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