Pressure Regulators & Valves

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All of Atlanta’s pressure regulators should be up to date. Don’t face future disasters and call us today at for your free estimate. Call us at (678) 386-7513 and resolve your issues today! Use these online sales and coupons to save on your services.

Pressure regulators are used in the home to regulate natural gas and water. These two regulators work in different ways, but they provide the same function- to reduce a supply pressure to a lower outlet pressure and to maintain that same pressure regardless of inlet pressure variation.

This reduces the pressure in order to maintain that the outlet pressure is always less than inlet pressure. Water and natural gas enter the home at a much safer level when pressure is regulated.

Let your Atlanta plumber at Greenlee Plumbing, Inc. take care of all your pressure regulator and valve needs. We are committed in providing you top quality work at affordable rates. We also offer a 1-year warranty on all labor services. If you are living in a multi-family home or apartment, no need to worry. We service your home with no problem. Count on Greenlee Plumbing, Inc. to handle all of your Atlanta pressure regulators & valves services.

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What are some common problems associated with pressure regulators?

The three most common problems that pressure regulators experience include:

  • Outlet pressure decaying with load increase. Outlet pressure should remain the same regardless of inlet variation, so if any of these problems occur, the regulator is not functioning properly.
  • Lock-up issues.  The regulator will have a difficult time locking up if debris has damaged the orifice or the valve.

When should you consider Pressure reducing valve (PRV) replacement?

Like most aspects of plumbing, pressure regulators are unfortunately not built to last forever. You may need to replace your pressure regulator if one of three things are occurring:

  • A decrease or increase in pressure.
  • Pressure inconsistencies. 
  • No gas or water is flowing.
  • Loud noises when your water is used

The only job of a regulator is to maintain a consistent pressure, so any sign of inconsistency is indicative of a bad regulator.

How can you tell if one is required in your home?

All homes that have street pressure over 80psi require a pressure regulator. Your home may benefit from a pressure regulator if there are noticeable changes in pressure. This is more noticeable in cases of water pressure.

If your water pressure fluctuates, a regulator would keep it consistent. Additionally, water flowing into the home at extremely high-pressure damages water-running appliances like the dishwasher and washing machine. These appliances will need to be replaced much more often if pressure is not at a safe level.

If you are interested in obtaining a pressure regulator replacement for your water lines in Atlanta, call us at Greenlee Plumbing, Inc. We have the expertise to make specific recommendations to your home’s needs.

If you are unsure whether you need a regulator but suspect it may be necessary, call us at (678) 386-7513 for a consultation. We can take a look at your pipes and provide you with the necessary service.