1. Check all the faucets in your house, including your outside hydrant. Objects can sometimes get clogged inside your service lines, temporarily disrupting service to a specific faucet. For example, you have no water in your kitchen, but have normal pressure and volume in your bathroom, you should call a plumber for this repair.
2. If you experience a sudden loss of pressure and volume in all the faucets of your home, call the office at (785) 286-1729. The pressure decrease could be caused by a break in the water main or a break in one of your service lines. Pursuant to the By-Laws of this District, the line from the meter to the house is the homeowner's responsibility.