Occasionally, heavy water uses, such as neighborhood lawn watering or fire fighting, can cause temporary drops in an area’s water pressure. This problem tends to be more common during dry, summer weather.
More frequently, however, what might look like a water pressure problem is actually a water volume problem. This can occur in the system. Much of the time, however, the problem originates from inside the home.
Learn more about the differences between water pressure and water flows, and what you can do about them in the brochure below.