Jul 05, 2017 2:28 pm
Do builders normally install shutoff valves under sinks as standard practice? These are so you can isolate a particular sink and close its valve in case of a leak instead of shutting down the water supply of your whole house.
What's the standard practice in Vic? Would it be unreasonable to ask builders to do this?
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Re: Plumbing under sink3
Jul 09, 2017 10:15 am
In vic here, ours was done this way in all areas (kitchen, laundry, bathrooms) made things so easy to handle when after move in the tap in the laundry was faulty and we had to wait 2 weeks for replacement.
It may be a specific thing for the plumbers contracted by our builder but worth it in the long run so ask your builder.
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