One Cheyenne woman says too much water pressure at her home is causing valves to burst -- but who's to blame?
Debra Grange's had to replace several pressure valves attached to her hot water heater. The valves are only designed for up to 140 psi but her pressure's set at 154 psi.
South Cheyenne Water and Sewer declined to be on camera. The company says it has no control over the water pressure at Grange's home.
A reputable Cheyenne plumber thinks it's a landlord issue.
KGWN tried to contact Grange's landlord but he never returned any calls.
South Cheyenne Water and Sewer told Grange to get a pressure regulator. "It's not that simple" she says.
Without the money to have one installed, water keeps dripping from the water heater and Grange doesn't know who to turn to.