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Automatic Shut-Off Valve Service in New Port Richey

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Leaks remain one of the most common problems that our New Port Richey plumbers handle. With so many parts of your plumbing system hidden from your view, a leak can go unnoticed for a long time. Unfortunately, leaks left untreated can cause serious damage. If you’re not careful, it can turn what should be a simple repair job into a very expensive process.

The solution for many leaks is an automatic shut-off valve installed in the main water line of your home. These valves activate whenever a leak in your system is detected. It accomplishes a great deal without any additional effort and could save you lots of money down the line. Continental Plumbing Services, LLC can install, repair, maintain, and replace an emergency shut-off valve in your home.


Contact us today for fast and effective service. Dial (727) 888-5137.


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The Importance of an Automatic Shut-Off Valve

A faulty pipe or fixture can leak for weeks or months if it is not repaired, damaging nearby walls, floors, electrical wiring, and furnishings. Every home has a manual shut–off valve for its plumbing system, which allows you to cut off water flow in the event of an emergency. This type of valve, however, does not automatically shut off your water supply, rendering it ineffective for leaks you are not aware of.

An automatic shut–off valve offers the following advantages and more:

  • Takes the guesswork out of the equation
  • Prevents leaks from damaging your home
  • Allows you to rest easy knowing your system and entire home are safe

The New Port Richey plumbers at Continental Plumbing Services, LLC will review your options with you before performing a proper installation.

How These Valves Work

The pipes in your plumbing system create water pressure that allows the water to flow to the various outlets in your home. When leaks spring, that pressure changes. The shut–off valve simply sensors in place that detect those changes, causing the valve to close shut and seal off the flow of water.

To protect your home, your valve will:

  • Stop the flow of water, minimizing damage to other parts of your home
  • Alert you to the problem so that you can contact a professional to handle the repair as soon as possible
 

An emergency shut–off valve is usually installed at the apex of your main water line, which requires an experienced plumber to perform properly. At Continental Plumbing Services, LLC, we know that the job only starts with installation – that’s why we’ll be there any time your valve needs repairs or maintenance and can replace it when necessary.


Call our team today at (727) 888-5137 for help with your automatic shut-off valve.


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