Our home is on a well (110 feet deep). Since moving in to our 2500 SF, 1975 ranch home on a 1/2 acre lot 1 year ago, we have noticed the water pressure at all facuets particularly the outside bibes is very low. To give you an example, if I put a hose on a outside bib (located about 25 feet from the incoming water supply) the water spurts out about 5 feet with the bib fully open. If I put a hose on the far most bib from the water supply (about 60 feet) with an oscillating sprinkler, the spinkler will throw water about 5 feet Our neigbors who are also on wells do not have any problems. (Most of these homes are two story Colonials built around 1975.) We have had two well companies and two plumbersin and we've gotten 4 different answers - change out the 1/3 HP ,7 gal / min well pump to a 1/2 HP pump, dig a new well, increase the size of the pressure tank,and replace the main copper lines from 1/2' to 3/4" (about 80 feet) plus disconnect the whole house water filter. The tank pressure is at 60 psi and the pump comes on when it drops to 45 psi and is back up in several seconds. I have disconnected the water filter and there is no noticable change in pressure at the facuets. We are at wits ends! Has anyone experienced a similar problem and found a solution?