Hot or Cold water issues?
Your first step is to verify that the the same problem occurs at all fixtures in your unit. If your shower won’t get hot check your kitchen sink. If the issue you are experiencing only happens at one fixture it is fixture related.
Here’s why. Hot and cold water enter your unit at one location. It then splits to feed each fixture. i.e. Sinks, Tubs, Showers and Toilets. If the issue were building related all your fixtures would exhibit the same issue.
If all your fixtures have the same issue please report the condition to the Concierge via phone or to the Manager at email@example.com. Please include as much detail as possible.
Low Water Flow Issues?
As above, does it happen at all fixtures? i.e. If it’s only your kitchen sink with low flow issues then the problem lies there.
What can cause low flow issues?
Kitchen & Bathroom Sinks – The first step is to turn on the faucet set at warm and full flow and leave it running. Now turn off the hot and/or cold water shut-offs under the sink. Now turn them back on again. Repeat this several times as it may clear any debris lodged in the shut-off valve.
If the issue persists it might be time to call a plumber.
Showers – If the tub fills at normal speed then the issue is likely a clogged shower head.