I have recently fitted a waterfall tap for my bathroom basin, but the water just dribbles out with not enough pressure. The previous standard taps had plenty of pressure and I cannot understand why there is such a difference. I cannot increase the house pressure as I have a water softener. Any suggestions ? (apart from going back to the old taps)
I have the same problem in my kitchen with a spray tap.
can't believe i never made this connection when i first read the post - we actually have a waterfall tap on our bath, running from the mains with a water softener.
sorry i can't remember the brand of the tap that i installed but clearly there are waterfall taps that could work on your system if you wanted to stick with that type of device. ours works well, not great but good.
if you know your water pressure then it always pays to check the specification of taps/showers etc before purchasing, a minimum operating pressure will usually be stated in the blurb.
also check the ability of your boiler in terms of output.
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