My house is split-level with the living area, kitchen and master bedroom/bathroom upstairs. The remaining bedrooms and bathroom are downstairs including the hot water tank.
Iâ€™ve got a shower pump installed in my upstairs bathroom that takes some coaxing to obtain the pressure. My rational behind this is the fact that by hot water tank is downstairs. Iâ€™ve also got very poor hot water pressure in the upstairs kitchen.
I was wondering if I installed another pump in the hot water line that feeds the whole house would solve the problem. But I also have concerns if I do this and I use the shower upstairs which also as a pump if this would create over pressurisation? Appreciate your thoughts.
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