Shut-off valves are one of the most important parts of your plumbing system. They allow you to turn off incoming water or gas to any specific fixture or appliance in your home for service, repair or emergency situations. You should have a plumber inspect and replace your shutoff valves regularly (at least once every five years) to ensure they’re in proper working order.

Every plumbing appliance and fixture in your home should have properly working emergency shut-off valves nearby. This includes your water heater, faucets, toilets, washing machine and any other fixture that supplies running water, natural gas or propane. There should also also be at least one main shut-off valve to completely stop the flow of water going into your home.

You should replace your shut-off valves if they’re considerably old (beyond 7 years) leaking, broken or showing signs of corrosion. Doing so will help you avoid potential floods, property damage and repairs later down the road. We can replace your emergency shut-off valves quickly and  inexpensively to make sure your water and gas turns completely off when you need it to. We’ll also inspect all nearby connections and supply lines to correct any existing problems.

Call Town & Country Plumbing at (760) 744-8672 for fast, professional replacement of your old, damaged or leaking shut-off valves.

“I’m very grateful to Town & Country Plumbing for the prompt service and excellent workmanship provided by Lucky Tanner. He was courteous, professional and his work was completed in an efficient manner. The cost of his emergency work was very reasonable, too. Good people make a great company. Thank you so much!”
Frank Sostrom, San Marcos