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Pressure Reducing Valves

Maintain Ideal Water Pressure with Professional PRV Services

For over two decades, we’ve specialized in maintaining ideal water pressure in thousands of Denver homes.

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PRV Installation & Repair

Safeguard Your Plumbing with PRVs

Pressure Reducing Valves (PRVs) are crucial for maintaining the right water pressure in your home—a key factor in preserving the integrity of your plumbing system.

Too much pressure can lead to leaks, pipe damage, and wasted water, while too little can affect water flow.

Done® Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, and Electric offers specialized water pressure reducing valve (PRV) installation and repair services, ensuring your home enjoys balanced water pressure at all times.

Opting for professional PRV services means protecting your property from common pressure-related issues and extending the lifespan of your plumbing.

Our experienced technicians assess your needs, provide expert installation, and offer swift repairs to keep your system running smoothly.

Trust Done to deliver affordable, top-quality service and peace of mind with every PRV solution.

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Pressure Reducing Valves (PRVs)

Frequently Asked Questions

If you’re experiencing issues with your current PRV, such as fluctuations in water pressure or no pressure reduction, it’s important to have it inspected by a professional. Done Plumbing can diagnose problems with your PRV, determining whether it needs to be adjusted, repaired, or replaced. Our team can handle all aspects of PRV servicing, ensuring that your plumbing system is safeguarded against the risks of high water pressure.

A PRV requires periodic maintenance to ensure it continues to function effectively. This may include: checking the valve for signs of wear or damage, cleaning any sediment or debris that could affect performance, and adjusting the pressure settings if necessary. It’s also wise to monitor your home’s water pressure periodically to ensure the PRV is maintaining the desired level. Done Plumbing offers maintenance services for PRVs, including inspections and adjustments, to keep your water pressure at safe levels and your plumbing system protected.

Installing a PRV has several benefits, including extending the life of your plumbing fixtures and appliances by preventing excessive wear and leaks, reducing the risk of pipe bursts and associated water damage, conserving water by minimizing unnecessary flow, and potentially lowering water bills by reducing water usage. A PRV can also improve the overall comfort and safety of your home’s water system by delivering a consistent, appropriate water pressure.

You might need a PRV if you’re experiencing high water pressure symptoms, which can include: banging pipes (water hammer), leaking faucets or toilets, a frequent need to repair plumbing fixtures, or if you have noticed that appliances like your washing machine or dishwasher have shorter lifespans. Additionally, if you have a water pressure reading above 80 psi (pounds per square inch), it’s recommended to install a PRV to reduce the pressure to a safer, more manageable level, typically between 40-60 psi, protecting your plumbing system and appliances from pressure-related damage.