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Pressure Reducing Valve Install

Pressure reducing valves are plumbing valves designed to regulate the flow of water. It reduces the pressure or flow of the incoming water to a relatively safer, predetermined level so as to keep the flow under control and avoid destructive high pressure.

Huge water pressures can cause damage to your plumbing fixtures. Not all of the plumbing fixtures can withstand such high, fluctuating pressure, thus a pressure reducing valve is crucial.

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A pressure reducing valve is essential in areas where the water enters the homes at very high pressure.

Experienced Workers

Pressure reducing valve protects your plumbing fixtures against high pressure and downscales the pressure to safer, allowed levels.

Signs Your Pressure Reducing Valve is Going Bad or If You Need One

The function of a pressure reducing valve is to regulate the high and irregular water pressure before it enters your home and reaches your plumbing fixtures.

But, how exactly do you know that your pressure valve is going bad and needs to be replaced? What are the signs?

  • Weak water pressure
  • Significant loss of water pressure while using more than one fixtures
  • Water leaking from faucets even when they are turned off
  • Banging or thumping water pipes
  • Constant water leaks from different fixtures

Get in touch with us for getting a pressure reducing valve installed or repaired.

Expert Plumbers to Help You

Simba Plumbing is a professional provider of residential as well as commercial plumbing services. We have been in the trade for over ten years and have helped thousands of people in Arizona Valley with their plumbing problems.

We are experts at dealing with installation as well as repair of all sorts of plumbing fixtures.

  • One year warranty on all services
  • On-demand availability
  • Affordable yet reliable service
  • Expert technicians with years of experience

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Plumbers in Arizona Valley

Simba Plumbing is your premium plumbing partner. Be it the installation of a pressure reducing valve or tankless water heater, we got you covered. Our experts are extremely good at what they do and have years of experience attending to complex plumbing problems.

  • Licensed, insured and bonded plumbers
  • Available round the clock
  • Upfront pricing
  • Transparent operations

We are a team of self-motivated individuals dedicated to delivering a hassle-free plumbing experience to the residents of the valley. We believe in having long term customer relationships that are mutually beneficial and fulfilling. We have a track record of successfully solving problems and we are always up for challenges.

We are available round the clock and you can easily reach out to us using our emergency helpline number. We quote the entire price beforehand, avoiding any conflicts or surprises later.

Here are some of our other service offerings –

  • Water heater installation/repair
  • Bathtub and shower installation/repair
  • Drain cleaning
  • Faucet installation/repair
  • Garbage disposal installation/repair
  • Plumbing installation
  • Slab leak repair/rerouting
  • Sewer services

Looking for a competent plumber to help fix your pressure reducing valve? Get in touch with us for a fast, efficient, and reliable plumbing service at your doorstep.

Frequently Asked Questions tips & tricks

Plumbing is complex only if you are not well-informed. Here are the answers to some questions, people often search Google for!

Why do my pipes rattle and make noise all the time?

Most likely your water lines are not properly secured, meaning there are some spots where they rub up against your floor joists. If you call Len The Plumber we can make sure your pipes are properly secured and install pipe hangers between your pipes and the joists to eliminate the noises.

What causes a faucet to leak?

The most common thing we find is corroded O-rings, gaskets or valve seats that cause faucets to leak. Together, these components are what hold back the water until the faucet is opened, so if one of them is corroded, you’ll get a leaky, dripping faucet!

Can leaks get bigger over time?

Yes. Water leaking out of your pipes or fixtures will eventually cause enough corrosion that even a pinhole-sized leak can eventually grow and potentially cause damage to your home.

What do I do if my toilet overflows?

An overflowing toilet is usually caused by a leak in your tank’s fill valve or deterioration of the shaft or wire that sets the fill level. Whatever the cause, call Len The Plumber for the solution!

Why does my hot water smell like rotten eggs?

Foul smelling water is caused by the combination of hydrogen, sulfur, and bacteria in the water. Sulfur and bacteria are naturally present in the water your appliances use, and they will not make you sick.

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