Finally -- Constant Pressure No Matter How Many Taps Are Open
Sudden water flow changes happen because your water system (either private well or utility) does not have enough pressure. You'll never have to coordinate your showers with others' activities again after we install a variable speed constant pressure pump.
If your water source is a private well, you have a single speed pump that directs flow into your home. If your demand exceeds the pump's capacity, pressure and hence flow drops dramatically. Your system has a pressure tank designed to keep extra gallons on reserve for small demands. (You don't want the pump to switch on every time you want a glass of water.) However, this reserve cannot compensate for flow greater than the pump's capacity.
If you water comes though a utility pipeline, your location and the age of the system can impact water pressure.
If our check determines that your system is working properly but that pressure is a problem, then a variable speed pump is your answer. It monitors pressure and adjusts the pump's rate to meet demand. The result is a constant pressure at all times -- even during peak demand.
If you're experiencing pressure problems, call or schedule an evaluation of your system by your Stan's professional today.