Question by  cw (43)

Why is my hot water pressure less than my cold water pressure?


Answer by  ApprenticeJenn (959)

It is likely the hot water valve(s) are not turned on all the way. Try adjusting the hot and cold valves to achieve even pressure. Next, make sure your hot water tank is filling to the top and that you do not have a leak in your hot water pipes.


Answer by  ujwalraimjoshi (729)

You have to check your inlet pipe leads to hot water. Also please check the mixer. Good mixer and inlet will have good pressure.


Answer by  Amy21 (460)

The water pressure form hot to cold can be many things. One thing is that it takes your water heater longer to build tmep which in turn creates slow pressure.


Answer by  pjts04 (22)

Hot water has to go further, from the supply to the water heater vs. cold water which comes directly from the supply. There is also pressure lost in the water tank when it travels to the water demand which loses PSI.

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