Unless your home uses a well system to draw water, chances are you have a pressure regulator attached to your main water line. Whether you’ve seen it or not, most plumbing systems use this valve to regulate the amount of incoming water pressure. Without one, there would either be too little or too much pressure for the water faucets in your home to work properly. To learn more about what exactly a water pressure regulator is and the purpose it serves, keep reading.
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