My water pressure is fluctuating. Can you help?
Fluctuation in water pressure is due to pressure changes in the source water that comes from San Diego. As water levels in our reservoirs vary, pressure sometimes will change. This fluctuation is not usually noticeable. Although not required by law, it is recommended that all homes have a pressure regulator. If the problem persists, a plumber can check to see if your regulator is functioning properly.

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1. Is Del Mar's water fluoridated?
2. How can I lower my water bill?
3. Is Del Mar's water considered hard?
4. Should I purchase a water softener?
5. My water pressure is fluctuating. Can you help?
6. How do I get a construction meter?
7. How do I cancel my water service?
8. What is the difference between a sub-meter and an irrigation meter, and which is best for me?
9. Why can't I shut off my own meter?
10. Where is my water meter?
11. When do they read my meter?
12. I don't think my meter has been read recently. What can I do?
13. My water is cloudy. What can I do?
14. What water conservation incentives does the City of Del Mar offer?
15. I am building or remodeling my home in Del Mar. What is the cost to install a new water meter and/or sewer service?