The knobs or handles you see under sinks, toilets & outside your house
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It’s not uncommon for a new shut-off valve to leak around the handle, in fact, it's probably occurring around the water valve stem. The water valve stem passes through a “packing” nut and washer, which provide a watertight seal. In the “old” days, fiber was packed tightly around the stem, hence the name. Unfortunately, even with the newer technology, these will leak on occasion. It's also not uncommon for shut-off valves known as "angle stops" to fail over time. Sometimes the fittings get loose and don't turn with the handle. Angle stops are often found under your sinks, toilets, and in the laundry room. These are meant to allow you to shut off water to a specific fixture when necessary. There are dozens of valve types out there, and we're familiar with and experience in installing or repairing pretty much all of them. No matter what type of valve it is, if there's a leak, it needs to be fixed quickly. These small drips can end up creating substantial damage and cost you unnecessary expense in the future. Upon inspection, your technician will identify the need and provide you with the most efficient and cost effective repair solution. We're confident in our team, and certain you won't be disappointed, so we proudly stand behind our 100% satisfaction guarantee.
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