If you're experiencing a decrease in water pressure at your property, the issue is typically within your plumbing system. According to experts, low pressure increases the risk of harmful contaminants entering the water. Low water pressure will need the experience of a professional, but even in those cases, identifying the problem will help greatly in getting the repair done rapidly. No matter what the pressure is on the water authority mains network in the highway, the plumbing arrangement for the water pipes in your home may considerably reduce that pressure by the time it gets to your faucets. In general, the maximum amount of water your pipes can carry will be affected by the following factors. The first depend on the size of the pipes. When you repair or modify home plumbing, knowing the kind and size of pipe can save you time and trouble. Second, if pipes in your home fall into decay, they have become badly corroded with rust in the pipes and the appliances so as to restrict the water flow. Third, some pressure problems can be caused by defective, damaged or leaking pipes and tube fittings, for example ball valves and stop taps inside your home. It is a huge problem and will greatly reduce the water pressure. We need to evaluate the pressure problem so we can find out what exactly we can expect. If the low pressure is at each faucet in the home and you have a pressure reducing valve (PRV) installed on your home plumbing system, you may have to verify that your PRV is set appropriately. Or If the low pressure is not affecting every faucet, the problem may just be a clogged or blocked faucet aerator. Replacement is the only effective solution. Check the tube fittings for rust, debris, scale or other particles that may be restricting flow. Simply clean or replace the aerator altogether. Check the shut-off valve near the water heater and make sure it is fully open.