People rely on their plumbing systems to supply them with fresh, clear water on demand. If you turn on your faucet only to find that no water comes out, you're stuck with a big problem. Fortunately, this problem can have an easy solution. Here are four things you should do if you realize there's no water in your house.
1. Test all the faucets in your home.
If you turn on your kitchen sink and the water comes out in a trickle or, worse, there's no water at all, that can indicate a lack of water pressure.