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Question DetailsAsked on 5/6/2011

Shower pressure and temperature

We just completed a bathroom renovation. In our new shower, the fixtures and frames look great, but the water pressure is weak and temperature of the water gets warm at best. Plus it takes several minutes just to get warm. The water has always taken a while to warm up, due to what I think is the poor design of the hot water heater in the garage, and this particular bathroom on the other side of the house on the 2nd floor. But the eventual temperature and low pressure seem to be new since completion of the renovation. Could it be the new fixtures have some type of low flow limiter, minimizing pressure? Is there anything we can adjust to increase the pressure and temperature at the shower?

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