Fixing Squealing Shower of Bathroom
Unhurriedly your shower giving an opera every time you bathe? It is a fairly common problem-showers that are annoying high pitched squealing when the water is running, but you can probably repair it.
In this video from This Old House, we learn that the cry is often caused when water tries to pass through a tightening, from a large pipe to something with a smaller space suddenly opening. Surprisingly, Richard Trethewey misdiagnosis of the problem at first. The most likely cause was the mixing valve cartridge that controls the flow of hot and cold water. This is what I spend most of the replacement segment, and could be the source of your own shower singing. It is quite easy to replace without a professional plumber; the specific parts you need varies depending on the brand of plumbing fixtures in the shower, but as long as it is something contemporary, this should not take too much work to find online spare parts. But it was not the problem in this case.
His next guess is that the shower head another place where the water flow is suddenly contracted. Nop. It turns out that the culprit was cleft control diverter bath that little lift to direct the flow of water from the shower outlet pipe. The lesson here is that these noises are caused by small pipes and mechanisms vulnerable to vibration. It is likely that your shower is shouting with one of these three sources.