I don’t have any water pressure. What is going on?

Low or no water pressure is usually caused by something internal. Some of the most common causes are a bad pressure reducing valve (PRV), a malfunctioning water softener, a bad backflow preventer (BFP), or a faulty valve on your water lines. Occasionally, the low pressure may be caused by an issue on the water service line leading to your house, such as a leak on the line underground. All of these things are the homeowner’s responsibility to maintain and repair.