High Water Pressure Causes Unexpected Problems

High water pressure in pipes can cause leaking faucets and running toilets even when the pipes are not broken. It also puts you at risk for a ruptured water heater and home flooding. 

Most homes should be between 65-70 psi; however, street pressure can be as high as 120 psi.

Something as simple as a water pressure regulator, sometimes called a pressure reducing valve, can eliminate the issue altogether.

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Water Pressure Regulation