Quote: Originally Posted by rtomassini Hi All, Does any one know why I would have a setup like this? Not a typical set up for a single family home. ByPass loops like that are sometimes used on multi-unit buildings for the purpose of servicing the pressure reducing valve with out shutting off the water to the building. Probably a plumber, with more commercial experience, over thinking and applying what he was taught when that service was installed.
You can isolate the prv If you ever need to replace it. you won't have to shut water to the house
The valve on the loop is supposed to be closed, unless you want to bypass the prv , then it should be open and the other two closed.
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