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The Herculan ConstaBoost from Well Manager Improves Poor Water Pressure


Hopewell, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/27/2017 -- Residents who feel that their low water pressure is causing issues for themselves and their families are encouraged to contact Well Manager this season to learn about the benefits of installing the Herculan ConstaBoost™ in their home. Well Manager, well-known for their complete home water storage system of the same name, is proud to offer the Herculan ConstaBoost™, which provides more regulated water pressure in a small and convenient package for homeowners with city water. The product ensures that water in the home is always at the proper pressure and does not run out at inopportune times.

Low water pressure can be a major hassle for everyone living with it -- from a dishwasher that takes forever to fill to a low-pressure shower head that doesn't help to make the individual feel completely clean, low water pressure can ruin anyone's day. Finally, there's a convenient solution for anyone whose home is suffering from low water pressure: the Herculan ConstaBoost™ from Well Manager. The ConstaBoost™ mounts to the wall and takes up little space, yet contains enough power to raise the pressure of even the slowest city water, removing the need for continuous and expensive plumbing visits.

Now is the ideal time for homeowners to learn more about the benefits of the Herculan ConstaBoost™ or a water well system from Well Manager. Interested parties who would like more information or wish to schedule an appointment are encouraged to give the team at Well Manager a call today at 800-778-9516 or to pay them a visit online at http://www.wellmanager.com.

About Well Manager
Well Manager offers innovative water supply solutions for those with low-yield wells, as well as those experiencing inadequate water pressure, including those with a city water system. The Well Manager and ConstaBoost™ systems have aided homeowners across the nation in obtaining a reliable water supply without needing to drill a new well. For more information, visit: http://www.wellmanager.com/.