|Posted by hj on December 31, 19100 at 09:33:08:|
|In response to Re: Shut-off valves|
Depending on what kind of piping you have going to the faucets, installing them should be fairly easy. But if by looking at the lines you cannot determine how to do it, maybe you should call a plumber so that you do not get halfway through the replacement and then have to call him to finish it. By that time a small job could have become a major event.
: I have several faucets in my house without shut-off valves in the line. Some of the faucets need replacing, and I don't know if I should install shut-off valves before fiddling with the faucets, so I don't need to shut off the water to the entire house.
: Is inserting shut-off valves an easy job? Is there a 'best way' to do it? Should I practice my soldering? (I've never done that before in my life!) Should I just call a plumber?
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