Plumbing Help Answered
We just moved into a new house and the water pressure seemed pretty high, especially at the bathroom sink (it sprays everywhere when turned on full). I tested the pressure at an exterior hose bib and it measured at 81 psi. It also measured at 79 psi at the cold water supply valve for the washing machine.
I sent the pictures listed here to my father-in-law, who seems to believe that I can adjust the pressure with the current plumbing system. I looked everywhere for a pressure regulator in the line, but couldn't find one. The only thing I can think of is that he believes the gray valve above the meter is a glob valve and can be used to throttle down the pressure.
Any help would be appreciated!