Customer Symptoms:We received a call from a frantic business owner who had spent thousands of dollars to install a water garden in front of her office in an attempt to create curb appeal for her clients. However, she was reportedly experiencing poor water pressure elsewhere in her business.
Issue:While our technician was appreciative of the obvious work that went into creating the Koi pond and water fountains, he believed that the water distribution system was routing too much water outside and not enough indoors.
Resolution:The business owner’s water source was a well, but not one that would continuously replenish the water such as those that are near streams or lakes. As a result, the distribution system was putting out more water, 0.8 gallons per minute, than it was taking in. To remedy the situation, the technician inserted a cistern to help hold more water so that the business owner would have adequate water supply both inside and outside.