Before anyone says it - I will look into a plumber but I wanted to see if there were any simple checks I could do.
Basically, the hot water pressure is very poor in my house. It's an older house but all the pipes have been replaced in the last few years with PVC and copper pipes.
We are utilizing a tankless water heater as we don't own the house and the land lord is basically in love with utilizing the technology. The problem is, the water pressure is so low after a certain point that it won't trigger the heater. Utilizing the kitchen sink itself is not enough flow to heat the water, for example.
So I was just looking to see if anyone had any suggestions before I call a plumber. The landlord seems unsure of what's going on after he looked at it.
Also, weird note - the sprayer (?) for the kitchen sink is odd. If using the cold lever and using the sprayer, the water completely stops coming out of the faucet. If using the hot lever it doesn't shut off at all (and the spray is even weaker).
Thanks in advance!