Pressure Regulators



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A pressure regulator is essentially a valve that regulates the amount of incoming water pressure to your home. Some areas in the valley have water pressures that well exceed the Universal Plumbing Code of 80 psi. Too high of water pressure can cause leaks, failures in appliances and major water damage claims.

If you have an issue with your pressure regulator or want to know if your home needs one, contact All About Water for help. With more than 40 years in business, our water treatment experts have the experience and skill to address all types of pressure regulation problems. Our highly trained plumbers work quickly and efficiently to save you time and hassle.

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While most homes already have pressure regulators built into their plumbing, this is not always the case. If you don’t already have pressure regulators, you could be at risk of burst pipes, water damage, flooding, and other problems.

It’s a good idea to have a pressure regulator installed if:

  • You’ve noticed fluctuations in water pressure during use (especially low to high pressure)
  • The pressure of your main water supply is 80 psi or higher
  • The local water company recommends pressure regulator installation

In most cases, municipal water pressure is around 150 psi. A pressure regulator can help you avoid serious problems associated with high water pressure. At All About Water, we assist homeowners with new pressure regulator installation, as well as pressure regulator repairs and replacements for existing units. Our highly trained team provides prompt, professional service backed by our industry-leading guarantees!

How Does a Water Pressure Regulator Work?

A pressure regulator limits the excess inlet water pressure to a constant outlet of pressure. a pressure regulator activates when water travels in through the opening at the end of the regulator. After, water will enter a cylinder which is attached to a larger diaphragm near the end of the regulator. A spring that is found around the throttling stem is what holds the flow area open and allows water to pass through. We also have provided more information below with the following bullet points:

  • Where is the water pressure regulator located? Your home's water pressure regulator is typically located right by your water supply's main shut-off valve. This is likely located outside where the water pipes connect to your house. If you're struggling to find it, our expert plumbers can help when you call us in for a service.
  • How can I tell when a pressure regulator goes bad? Like all plumbing valves and fixtures, they will at some point go bad. If you notice that your piping is making a loud banging noise or a inconsistent water pressure, this could be an early indicator that your water pressure regulator is failing. Contact our plumbers for professional help.

Need pressure regulator services in Phoenix or the surrounding areas? Call us at (480) 422-2601 today to find out how we can help!


Trust your home’s plumbing to the area’s leading experts. At All About Water, we are happy to handle all your Phoenix pressure regulator service needs. We can answer your questions and address any concerns you may have. We’re proud to have earned a reputation for quality and integrity, and we truly care about your comfort.

Give us a call at (480) 422-2601 or fill out an online contact form to request service today! Our plumbers assist homeowners throughout Maricopa County.

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