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How To Install A Homeowner Shut-Off Valve With A Propess

Today we’ll be giving you a look at the process of installing a homeowner shut-off valve.

We first worked on cleaning up the copper of the main water line in order to ensure a good, tight seal.

For the homeowner shut-off valve we’re installing today, which is a ¾-inch ball valve, we will be using a propess. The propess also allows the valve to be attached to pex pipe, rather than copper. This is beneficial, as pex pipe is more flexible, and therefore less prone to damage or kinks.

You can reference the video to see exactly how this installation worked.

If you have any other questions or would like more information, feel free to give us a call or send us an email. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

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