A pressure booster pump can be used to increase the pressure of the water coming into the house. If you have really low water pressure coming from the dover supply or have low pressure because you are on a well, installing a pressure booster pump could be the solution you have been looking for.
There are many types of pressure booster pumps, and we’ll go through all the options to help you make an informed decision. All-in-one pressure boosters are often a good choice because they have the pump, motor, check valve, pressure and flow sensor, and diaphragm tank complete in one unit. These units are usually affordable, compact, and relatively easy to install. What you will not normally get with these units is a way to control how much extra pressure it provides. This means it is important to test current water pressure around your home & calculate what it could increase to with the help of a pump.
You can pick up a pressure gauge from any hardware store & identify low pressure water sources in your home. When it’s time to fix the problem though, we recommend leaving that to the professionals. We’ll be able to accurately diagnose the source of the low pressure, as it isn’t always the booster pump. One thing is for sure, our team won’t try to sell you what you don’t need. We’ll help you fix this issue & get back to enjoying the convenience of great water pressure.
There are many factors to consider when dealing with booster pumps. You need a nearby electrical source, plenty of space & decide on a safe position where a rare Florida freeze can damage the pipes. Count on us to factor in every detail.
We look forward to the opportunity to serve you!