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What is the normal water pressure for a residential home?

The inlet water pressure in a home is between 40 and 45 psi. Normally, it shouldn't go past 60 psi. The pressure regulators is usually preset to 50psi. With a simple turn of a screw, it can be adjusted from 25 to 75 psi.

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