Our recent project involved replacing an outdated single-angle stop with a modern 1/4 turn ball valve for this home in San Diego. This is a common upgrade in residential plumbing to enhance efficiency and reliability. The existing angle stop, typically used to control the water flow to fixtures like sinks and toilets, was removed and replaced by a 1/4 turn ball valve, which offers ease of use and increased durability.

The switch from a traditional single-angle stop to a 1/4-turn ball valve is motivated by several key benefits. The 1/4-turn design allows for easier operation, enabling users to fully open or close the valve with a simple quarter-turn motion. Ball valves are also known for their longevity and resistance to leaks, compared to the older screw-type models that can wear out and become less effective over time. This upgrade reduces the risk of water damage and the need for frequent maintenance.

If you’re considering upgrading your angle stops and supply lines, contact us at (858) 428-2637 or click here today! Our experienced team is ready to provide a smooth and efficient replacement service that will enhance the safety and functionality of your home’s plumbing system.

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