|Posted by hj on April 10, 19101 at 23:38:40:|
|In response to Re: CPVC|
If the water pressure into the building is low, then replacing the piping or bladder tank is not going to increase it.
: We had very low pressure through copper pipes (1/2") and had them converted to 3/4" CPVC also a new water softener and hot water heater were added. The water pressure did NOT increase and we are now suspecting that a newer holding tank with a bladder may be the answer to that. However, the water now comes out of the faucet with a strong "chemical" smell which reminds me of the CPVC. Can anyone explain that to me? is it dangerous? is it normal? anything that can get rid of it? Thanks.
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