Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Aaron's Plumbing & Rooter Safety Information
Aaron’s Plumbing & Rooter is committed to taking precautionary measures to protect our customers and employees, while the COVID-19 pandemic is a threat. As Pluming Technicians, we fall under the essential business category and are open and available to serve your needs. To provide you and our employees with a safe working environment, we will take these precautions to safely serve your needs:
If you or your household are diagnosed or quarantined with the COVID-19, we need to be made aware before coming to your property.
We are all in this together and hope and pray it will end sooner than later. In the meantime, we will do our part to follow the guidelines set, be safe, and do all we can to keep those around us safe too. Please feel free to call if you have any questions.
Low water pressure is an irritating situation. From using a shower that hardly washes you off to a slow dish washing cycle, nothing functions correctly. Low water pressure makes you run appliances longer, increasing your utility bill.
If everybody residing in your San Jose community has low water pressure, this means the issue is with the city’s water system. In this case, contact the water company for information on what water work is going on in your neighborhood.
If low water pressure is only disturbing a single shower head or faucet, the issue is local. Look for a partly closed supply stop valve, flow restriction, dislodged washer, or blocked aerator.
Most buildings have a problem managing a big water demand from numerous fixtures at once. For example, your shower running at the same time as the dishwasher and washing machine can lead to reduced water pressure.
Water leaks let water escape from the pipes. If enough water is coming out of the leak, the water pressure through the faucets reduces. That is an issue that necessitates urgent attention.
A good way to know if your pipes leak is to turn off all the water inside and outside of the house and examine your water meter. Wait a couple of hours and read it again. If the number has risen, you have a water leak.
This is my second time using Aaron's Plumbing and I am still a very satisfied customer. Aaron was on time and had the leak in my water main fixed in no time. He is professional, honest and fair in his pricing. Aaron will continue to be my "go to " plumber and I highly recommend him!
Sandy Wilson - San Jose, CA