Do You Know How To Shut Off The Main Water Supply To Your Home?

Here's a quick video that is important for homeowners (and home renters) too.  The folks at the plumbing company Mr. Rooter® want you to know how to shut off your home's water supply.  Be prepared to handle a water emergency by knowing how to use the water shut off valve for household water leaks, burst or broken plumbing pipes or natural disasters. If you take a few minutes to learn the procedure now, you'll be ready to prevent a flood in your house. A burst pipe could cause thousands of dollars in property damage and leave you with sky high water bills in the event of a serious leak or broken pipe.

 

 

 

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Comment balloon 2 commentsLisa Von Domek • June 25 2017 08:50PM

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I could have used this help last week at the office, Lisa Von Domek . During the process of replacing the hot water heater (under the sink), the plumber turned on a water line which flowed into a wall where the appliance it was to connect to had been removed. We found out shortly after the plumber left when water started to flow out under the wall and into the office.  We had close to 20 minutes of this with water getting further into the office until the plumber made it back and shut off the supply.  What a mess!!

Posted by Lynnea Miller, Premier Real Estate Service in Central Oregon (Bend Premier Real Estate) almost 2 years ago

This is great advice, Lisa.  Something that every homeowner should know.

Posted by Gabe Sanders, Stuart Florida Real Estate (Real Estate of Florida specializing in Martin County Residential Homes, Condos and Land Sales) almost 2 years ago

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