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If the average home could operate at the maximum recommended water pressure, the homeowner would save between 30 000 and 40 000 gallons of water annually. The lower the amount of water pressure, the less the water that flows out of taps, showers, and other home water outlets. The reduction of pressure within residential houses from 100 psi to the recommended pressure will lead to a lot of saving, as at such a pressure, one third less pressure would flow. Such a waste can be quite costly since it would be incorporated in water bills.