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Can scaling be responsible for a drop in flow?

Can scaling be responsible for a drop in flow?


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Answer: yes, especially in geographic areas where the water is very hard (northern France for example).

There can be multiple causes for the decrease in cold or hot water flow. This could for example come from a water leak, but in this case you would have quickly noticed. You can check this hypothesis by looking at the water meter in your home, if it turns on while all the taps are closed, there is a leak. Most often, it is true, it comes from a problem of scaling of the pipes or the water heater. This is more common in geographic areas where the water is very hard, such as the north of France. In this case, descale your water heater, anyway you must do it regularly. If it doesn't work, bring a plumber to your home to find the source of the problem.



Comments:

  1. Nenris

    Thanks for the news! I was just thinking about it! By the way, Happy New Year to all of you;)

  2. Kegan

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  3. Zuluk

    Please give details



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