No Water or Very Low Pressure
There are a number of reasons why you may experience no water or very low pressure to your property. Follow these steps to help you find out why.
No water or very low pressure
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Are there any works taking place in your area?
Check with your neighbours.
Check with your neighbours to see if they are also experiencing issues. If they are, there may an issue with the public water mains. If not, it is likely there is an issue with your internal pipework.
I have no water coming from the cold tap in my kitchen
If there are no works taking place and you have no water coming from the cold water tap in your kitchen sink, there may be an issue with the public water mains in your area such as a burst pipe affecting your water supply. Call us on 1850 278 278 and we will investigate. Please note that the rates charged for 1850 numbers may vary across different service providers. Calls from mobiles may be more expensive.
My cold kitchen tap is working but not the hot tap
If the cold water tap in your kitchen sink is working but the hot water tap and/or the taps in your bathroom sink are not, then you may have an airlock in your internal plumbing. If this is the case please visit our Airlocks page. If after repeating these steps a number of times and you still have no water, you will need to call a plumber.
Check for frozen pipes or burst pipes
When the outside temperature drops below zero, unprotected pipes and dripping taps can freeze and crack affecting the water supply to your property. For advice, visit our page on What to do if you have frozen or burst pipes.