I have an older home, maybe 50+ plus years. I had the basement remodled about 5 years ago which included another bathroom and laundry room.
The new bathroom and laundry room had to include new pipes to connect to the new fauctets.
So, why does the hot water pressure in the laundry room work as it should, flows perfectly, and the hot water pressure in the new bathroom, and all upstairs faucets barely 'trickle'?. It literally takes 1 hour to fill a bath tub (downstairs or upstairs).
I've read other forums, but they didn't address this specific issue, so I decided to ask knowing someone would have the answer.
Also, why does the cold water "pour" out the faucets everywhere? If it was calcium build up, doesn't cold water flow through the same pipes in the basement.
Just wondered...(I guess you can tell I'm a woman by my email.)
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