The water pressure inside a property is low. The property obtains water from a municipal water supplier. Staff from the supplier measured the incoming water pressure and reported it was within normal range (at the high end of the range, actually).
The staff reported that the pressure regulating valve going into the property likely is not functioning properly, but also reported that they know little about such valves.
Does that sound like a correct assessment of the problem, and if so, is it best to replace the filter and cartridge in the current regulating valve, or replace the entire valve?
Note that the pipes run vertically and there is no wiggle room for a different size valve if it needs to be replaced.