2 days ago my wife and i noticed an electricity problem in our house our dryer would run but not get hot and our hot water heater just wouldn't make hot water, and the toasters coils wouldnt even get red hot it would just make the bread warm. half the houses electrical sockets were and 60-95v. i checked all the gfi outlets one was faulty so i replaced that. i checked the breaker box half of the 120s were reading the same 60-95. the 220s were reading 112-120. the two main legs read 120v on the top leg and 112-114v on the bottom leg. i had the poco come out and check the outside box and everything on there end seemed fine they said. im in no way an electrician i didnt even know what a leg was before today any advice would be much appreciated.
First I would say that it sounds like something is seriously wrong with your home wiring. Personally, I would trip every breaker associated with a circuit where the voltage is reading low, including the 220V circuits.
What I would guess is happening is that maybe the neutral wire on one of your mains lines is broken or loose/disconnected. If that's the case, then all of the power for your electric items is having to go through ground.
Seriously, flip those breakers and call an electrician. It's probably an easy fix - just reconnect the wire, but if all of your electric power is relying on ground connections, then there's a chance that things that are supposed to be safe may not be - the case of the breaker panel, the case of the washer/dryer, etc.
It sounds like a voltage divider - hot to "neutral" is not getting 100% of the voltage (power) you're expecting, so "neutral" to something else (ground) is getting the remainder of the power you're expecting. This power is either on its way to starting a fire somewhere in your house, or it's being dumped to ground and is heating up wherever the ground (or water pipe!) is making contact with the ground.
When you measure voltage, how are you doing it? Hot to neutral? What happens if you go to the breaker box and measure hot to neutral, then hot to ground?