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Thursday, August 2nd 2007, 3:36pm

by dsc

Thanks for the response. I've got a plumber coming tomorrow - I'll check it out with him too.

Thursday, August 2nd 2007, 12:40am

by SprinklerGuy

yes the spigot can reduce the flow tremendously....3/4 pex is approx 11gpm...

Wednesday, August 1st 2007, 3:52am

by dsc

one change - called the plumbers that did my house
the line from the meter to supply the house is
3/4 PEX

Wednesday, August 1st 2007, 2:42am

by dsc


I measured the GPM at my house and got a low result of around 5.8 GPM.

-city wayer
-meter is 5/8.
-supply line is 3/4 PVC (i think)
-made sure all water was off
-measured at outside hose bib
-took 24.6 seconds to fill 2.38 gallon pail (9 liters)

Any ideas whats up? Could the hose bib restrict the flow?