When was the last time you replaced your pressure regulator? If you’re like most of us, you really can’t remember. Pressure regulators do not last forever, typically they will last about 7 to 10 years. If you live where the pressure is really high then it is even more important to stay on top of this to prevent damage to your home.  Almost every home in the Water District is supposed to have a pressure regulator, and in areas where the pressure is at 200 psi  or more, the Water District recommends two pressure regulators to step down the pressure - this also prolongs the life of the pressure regulator. The ideal/best setup is to have a pressure gauge on the water line as it comes into the house, and than another after each pressure regulator so that you can see whether or not they are still working properly.  It is not recommended to use “cheap” pressure regulators as they will only typically last 6 months to a year (these regulators typically cost only about $65.00).

In general the following areas have water pressure entering their homes of 200 psi or more:

  1. Homes on Arrowleaf Court

  2. Homes on Beaver Way

  3. Homes on Bow Mountain Road

  4. Homes on Fir Lane

  5. Homes in the 1000 to 1500 block of Linden Drive

  6. Homes in the 1700 to 2100 block of Linden Drive

  7. Homes from 2990 to 3132 of Linden Drive

  8. Homes from 60 to 62 of N. Cedar Brook Road

  9. Homes in the 800 to 1300 block of N. Cedar Brook Road

  10. Homes from 210 to 925 of Pine Brook Road

  11. Homes from 25 to 414 S. Cedar Brook Road

  12. Homes on Wagner Circle

  13. Homes from 132,138, & 151 Wildcat Lane