My family has a three unit house and we have a problem with water pressure. We know(is this alright) that the problem is because the there is a 1/2 inch pipe running of the main into the house. And, we believe that the water supply is too small to maintain the water demand of the house.
People told us that in order to fix the problem we need to instal a water pressure booster. Is this true? Will it affect the water meter, water pipes? Or, will it be better to install a water storage tank or water storage pressure tank with a pressure pump? Please help.
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