|Posted by hj on July 25, 1999 at 18:06:19:|
|In response to Re: Whole House low water pressure|
Look for a fairly large tree in the area of the water pipe. The roots have probably grown around it and closed it off.
: House gets water supply from municipal water main about 300 ft from house.House and water supply line all new 7 years ago. About 2 months ago flow anywhere in house, hot or cold, started decreasing when a faucet or spigot is opened. It takes about 5 or 6 seconds after opening spigot for it to begin decreasing, and it tails off rapidly to almost no flow. Pressure is commensurate with flow. Water company replaced meter at street, no improvement. Conclusion is that a crimp has developed somewhere in the 300 ft of 1 inch supply line to house after observing a pressure guage that we placed at the black plastic pipe entrance to the house tail off as described above. Question: Can the time delay from opening a faucet to the start of decreasing pressure be translated into determining a distance from the house to start digging to find the crimp?
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