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Old 12-17-2017, 11:45 AM   #1
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Default No water for the top floor.

I live on the third floor (top most). All the water is used up by people on the ground, first and second floor. Is there a way to use a pump to suck water through the tap so that water enters the top floor first before it goes down?


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maybe start by checking the water pressure at 1st floor and then the 3rd.
what size is the main water service to the building?

suction pump ? none that I know of. they have booster pump systems for lower water pressure systems.
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