1260 Columbia Dr
Main Number: 972-744-4111
General Information on Low Water Pressure:
When your water pressure appears to be low, first evaluate all areas of the house and narrow down the “problem” area. If the water pressure is low in certain areas of the house but not throughout, you have more than likely identified the problem. In whatever area of the house the pressure is low, whether it be the bathroom or kitchen, remove the faucet head by unscrewing it, and clean out the screen (aerator) that sits in there; ensuring it is completely clear. A clogged aerator can cause low water pressure.
If the water pressure is low throughout the house, please call the Response Center for a service call.