Following the replacement of my electric water heater by a company, I ended up with a really low hot water pressure, compared to the previous device. When looking at your site, I noticed that the installer had placed a pressure reducer just before the safety group. Living in a building, this pressure reducer was necessary (I did not remember that there was one before the work). Is it possible that he is responsible for this lack of pressure?
It is surprising, to say the least, that you were given a pressure reducer that you did not ask for, even though the pressure you had did not seem excessive. Consult the estimate established to see if it was planned. Ask an explanation to your plumber and the limit even dismantle this accessory by replacing it with a piece of pipe with automatic connections or even more simply with a braid.
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