Shutoff Valve Replacement in Mesa/Gilbert, Arizona

You shouldn’t have to turn off all the water in your house just to repair a leaky toilet or faucet. Shut-off valves solve this problem. They let you turn off the water flow to one appliance so that you can work on it without cutting off all the water to your house. Some common shut-off valves are hooked up to:

  • Toilets
  • Faucets
  • Water Heaters
  • Reverse Osmosis Systems 
  • Showers 
  • Dishwashers

If the shut-off valves you already have are leaking, give us a call at Phend Plumbing, and we can repair or replace it for you. We offer up-front pricing and fast, professional work. Call us now to schedule your Shutoff Valve Replacement Service.

How much does it cost to replace a shutoff valve?

The cost to replace a shutoff valve varies by the valve you’re replacing, the amount of damage it has, and whether you do it yourself or not. While a DIY job may be cheaper, it should only be done by a professional plumber with in-depth plumbing knowledge. 

When should I replace my water shut-off valve?

You may need to replace your water shutoff valve if your toilet, sink, or shower is leaking. These are household appliances that commonly use shutoff valves. If they’re leaking, it might mean that it’s time for a replacement. 

How long does a shut-off valve last?

The average valve has a lifespan of about 10 years but can last longer with proper care. If you’re buying a house that is over 10 years old, you should ask when the shutoff valves were last replaced. If it’s been over 10 years since they were last replaced, you should hire a professional to come in and inspect them.

Why is my water shut-off valve dripping?

Over time, shutoff valves become prone to leaking, corrosion, and damage. That’s because they are rarely used, and the washers inside the valves can become hard after several years. Once you use the shutoff valve, the washer might not go back into the right place, causing a leak. 

Can water shut-off valves fail?

If you don’t fix a leaky shutoff valve, the problem can get worse. One of the most common failures that occur in shutoff valves is seizing. This happens when the valve becomes so tight over time that it may be impossible to turn it off by hand. That’s not something you want when you’ve got a leaky valve. In the most extreme cases, not even pliers can fix a seized valve.

More questions?

Good questions! Sounds like you might need a professional plumber for your Shutoff Valve Replacement. Give us a call at 480-388-6093 to see how we can help.

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