Whatever your question or water need, we're here for you! Here is some handy information about the water supply to your home:
Your Home's Valves. House Valve Is located near the hose bib at the front of the residence. Check to make sure it is completely in the "on" position.
Recently Serviced Water Softeners. A frequent cause of low water pressure is a valve that was closed during routine servicing of a water softener or other water conditioning device. If you have a water softener and the servicing company has recently visited your home to replace the canister, check to see if the service person fully reopened the valve.
Water Leaks. Water pressure loss can be caused by an undetected leak.
Mineral Deposits. Mineral deposits from hard water can clog hose filters carrying water to you washer or the aerators on faucets or shower heads, resulting in lower water pressure. Mineral deposits are not harmful and can be easily removed by soaking the filter or part in vinegar periodically.
The Difference is Like Night and Day. The peak water demands generally occur twice each day: in the morning when everyone is getting ready for work and school, and in the hours between dinner and bedtime. Neighborhood water use is lower in the early morning hours before families awake and begin using water. If you experience problems with the effectiveness of your landscape irrigation system, try changing the time at which you irrigate to a lower demand period.
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