Unless you have old obsolete galvanized supply pipes, you may be able to increase the water pressure in your new home. The only solution for galvanized is replacement. They will scale up inside over the years, reducing the water flow, until eventually plugging up completely.
You need to know what the public water pressure is at the meter (call the City).
If it's above 80 psi,t hen you need to know if this home has an adjustable Pressure Reducing Valve after the meter. If it does, it may need adjusting, repair or replacing to get it down to 60-65 psi.
You can check your home pressure with an inexpensive water pressure gauge that goes on an outside spigot. Available at most any plumbing supply, hardware store, etc.
Once you know the answers to (A) the type of house supply pipe from the meter and in the home, (B) the street pressure, (C) whether your main supply line has a PRV, and (D) what the pressure is at the home, then you can begin to do things to increase the pressure.