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Choosing a Pressure Booster Pump

A pressure booster pump can be used to greatly increase the water pressure in your home. If you have a problem with extremely low water pressure entering your house from a city supply or even a country well, installing a pressure booster pump could be an inexpensive solution to increase your home's water pressure enough to support your needs.

Reasons for low water pressure entering your home include:

  • Homes at the end of a water supply line: In large communities, the homes that are located near the end of the water supply line will experience a lower water pressure entering the home then the houses at the beginning of the line.
  • Buildings that are located high above the water supply line: Homes that are located uphill from the water pumping station will receive a lower water pressure, sometimes even less than 30 pounds per square inch (psi).
  • Tall residential buildings require additional water pressure to serve the upper floors: For a tall home, which is connected to a community water supply and has an incoming water pressure of only 30 psi, the top floor may only see 17 psi unless a booster pump and pressure tank are installed. This is why very tall buildings, such as skyscrapers and multi-story apartment buildings are more likely to install a rooftop water supply tank which is fed by a pump from street level but which in turn provides water down through the building by gravity.
  • Problems with the water pipe that connects the city water main to the house: Even if a city's water system offers adequate pressure, there could still be a problem with the pipe that brings the water into the home. The pipe could be undersized, damaged or even leaking. Even pipes with a diameter of 1/2-inch can result in a considerable drop in pressure, especially with more than one fixture in use.
  • Adding additional plumbing demands, as in the case of an additional bathroom, without enlarging or adding pipes to accommodate will often lead to problems with water pressure. A crimped, damaged or clogged pipe can compound the problem.

How a booster pump works

The incoming water supply line, which is usually fed through a pressure regulator, is first connected to a booster pump. When the water pressure drops, the pump draws more water from the supply line.

A typical home only requires one water pressure pump because the water is already being supplied to the home, and not being pumped from the ground, so there is only a need to increase the water pressure.

FaucetDepot carries a large selection of efficient and long lasting pressure booster pumps at the best prices around. We are one of the top retailers of pressure booster pumps from the finest manufacturers in the industry including Grundfos, a name you can trust for durable, reliable pumps. Our pressure booster pumps will hold their finish and stand up to the most rigorous usage for years to come.