Question about Plumbing
Is there a knocking when you use the faucet or the pressure slams when you turn it off? that's water hammer. the air pockets that are supposed to be in the plumbing are depleted. most new plumbing have a length of pipe larger than the rest of the plumbing to hold air to avoid it. easiest way to fix this: turn off the water main. open up every faucet and flush every toilet until no more water flows. shut everything off again. slowly turn on the water main and the knocking and water hammer should disappear.
Posted on Mar 02, 2014
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