One of the three hose spigots that are attached to the exterior of my house has a much lower rate of water flowing out of it, roughly a third to half of what the other two put out. Does this lower water pressure indicate a leak somewhere in the piping leading to it?
There's no water leaking from the spigot on the outside, so I fear there's a leak somewhere inside the wall where I can't see it and didn't know if I should contact a professional plumber immediately.
There's one notable difference between the problematic spigot and the others, though I don't think it's the reason for the lower water flow, since they're simply designed to prevent water from the hose from going back into the pipe. My other two spigots have a vacuum breaker attached to them, similar to this one.
Here's one of the two good spigots that has a vacuum breaker at the end that connects to a hose:
And here's the questionable spigot:
Edit: I've lived in this house for almost a year now but don't know the history behind the spout differences. This isn't quite a new problem, as I noticed it during this past summer, but I don't know if it was like this when I first moved in.