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Why are my water pipes making a whistling noise when the water turns on?

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    Syd
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    Noise related to the pressure and flow velocity of water in the piping system. Because water pipe noises tend to be greater at higher pressures or velocities, often we can immediately stop the noise by adjusting water pressure OR water flow rate. Adjustment of the pressure-regulating valve at the water main located in the home may need adjustment or replacement. If no pressure-regulating valve is found adjusting the flow at the main in the street may correct the problem. We also to remove all “sample” and “test” verbiage.

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