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 What is the recommended residential water pressure?

Answer On One Hand: Residential Water Pressure StandardsResidential water pressure does not have one recommended level. Most experts agree that a setting of 40 pounds per square inch (psi) is an acceptabl... Read More »
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What is adequate residential water pressure?

On One Hand: Proper PressureEstimates regarding proper residential water pressure range far and wide. Good water pressure keeps pipes free from bacteria build up and free from damage. According to ... Read More »
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What is the recommended house water pressure?

According to plumbing specialists Keidel, most home water systems should operate between 40 and 65 PSI (Pounds per Square Inch) of pressure. If your water pressure is above or below this, you may n... Read More »
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What is the average water rate from a residential water hose?

A typical garden hose, one-half inch in diameter, delivers about nine gallons per minute. A larger 5/8" hose can deliver up to 17 gallons per minute. Even larger hoses are available that can deli... Read More »
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What is the average lifespan of a residential electric water heater with softened water?

The lifespan of an electric water heater in a residential home is 5 to 7 years. With softened water, the water heater is more likely to last closer to 7 years, as water quality affects the lifespan... Read More »
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