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06:23AM | 12/31/05
Member Since: 02/05/05
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We live in the country, & obtain our water from a well. Although the pressure tank maintains a pressure of 55-70 psi, our water pressure that we experience in our showers doesn't seem as high as when we lived in our previous suburban home & received city water. It appears that our main interior water lines are 3/4" pipe before they branch off to each fixture, & then they are 1/2" pipe. Is there anything that can be done (that is economically feasible) to increase the water pressure within our showers? We already use water saver shower heads........Would a larger pressure tank Help?

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