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Customers who already have a pressure reducing valve on their plumbing should have it inspected by a licensed plumber to ensure that it is in proper working condition. Pressure reducing valves, like all plumbing, have a lifespan and will need to be replaced periodically.
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A clogged water faucet aerator can slow the flow. Remove the aerator from the faucet, clean it, and reinstall it.
Consult with a plumber.
The following scenarios could be the cause of the low water pressure:
The property owner maintains the water pipe from the customer side of the meter yoke to building. The property owner is responsible for all pipes and fixtures in the buildings.
The cost of a PRV assessment, adjustment, and/or installation varies. Remember it's always a good idea to get more than one price quote. Pressure reducing valves, like all plumbing, have a lifespan and will need to be replaced in the future.
A licensed plumber should perform the assessment, adjustment and/or installation. You can find a list of licensed plumbers in the yellow pages of the telephone directory. It is always best to check with the Better Business Bureau.