Plumbing problems, water flow problems, clogged pipes and water pressure issues are very noticeable in the kitchen and bathroom. You might not notice a problem in a laundry room.
Pipes can collect mineral build-up or rust over time. In some cases this corrosion or mineral build-up can reduce the interior size of the pipe by half, restricting water flow. If you have outdated pipes or clogged pipes, the best time to replace them is when you are
To check water pressure, check the faucets in your house. Then compare your water pressure with one or two of your neighbors. Water pressure should be consistent in your neighborhood, in all parts of your home, and at all times of the day or night. Next check the flow of water. Look at and/or measure the amount of water coming out of the faucets. Check and compare all faucets in your house and compare with your neighbors. If the flow of water is lower
in your house or in parts of your house, you will need to investigate further and consider replacing clogged pipes.
You will also want to investigate the kind of pipes you have and decide whether they are adequate or they need to be replaced.