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Water hammer?

Your pressure is too high.

Barely getting water?

Your pressure is too low.

What is a Pressure Reducing Valve (PRV) used for?


PRVs bring down the pressure of water coming into your home from the street.

The local water district recommends your pressure be set to 60-70 psi (pounds per square inch).

High pressure can cause damage to pipes by causing water hammer (knocking in the pipes), eventually causing hoses to your washer, sinks, or toilets to burst.

Low pressure makes washing dishes and clothes take longer and showers less satisfying.

Watch Mark, Southside owner and Master Plumber, as he explains the valves coming into your house. The pressure reducing valve is mentioned at 0:17.

Worried about water pressure? to have your pressure checked.

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