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A common complaint in today's fixture- and appliance-filled home is the lack of constant water pressure. The problem can be a simple nuisance, or result in a serious scald. If you build new homes, you can avoid pressure and volume drops by proper supply line design and installation. But if you do remodeling or renovation, you may inherit an existing water pressure problem. Most water pressure problems can be fixed, but before I take any corrective action I always check the volume of water coming into the home. It's a waste of time and money to install a top-notch water supply system inside the home if the rust-clogged galvanized pipe from the street can only provide a trickle of