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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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Can copper and galvanized pipes mixed cause the hot water pressure low new water tank and still low pressure?

The question makes no sense. what doesn't make sense ,the house has installed half of copper pipes and half galvanized the cold water is running fine but the hot water is slow and they said it mig... Read More »
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How do you increase the water pressure or tell if there is a kink in the line of a side-by-side refrigerator that has low water pressure from the water dispenser?

AnswerIf it was working before then you probably need to replace the filter. New install? Check for obstructions, but I would replace the filter on that one, too.You can try changing the water filt... Read More »
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