Valves

A ball valve is a one-way valve that is opened and closed by pressure on a ball that fits into a cup-shaped opening inside the valve. A gate valve is a valve with a sliding part that controls the extent of the aperture, controlling how much water is released. Learn more about the differences between ball valves and gate valves. There are several things that you should do to ensure that the valves in your home’s plumbing are in working order. Watch our video to learn how to keep them up and running. If you need further assistance with valves, want
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Angle Stops

An angle stop is a type of stop valve often used for connecting supply lines for a plumbing fixture, such as a faucet or toilet. An Angle Stop provides an easy way to turn off the water for a specific fixture, rather than having to shut off the water for an entire home. Check out our video to learn about quarter-turn and multi-turn angle stops and how to keep them up and running in your home. If you have any more questions or need a plumber in Las Vegas, call us today!
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Hose Bibs

A hose bib, also known as a shut-off valve, hose hydrant, exterior spigot, or silcock, is a valve that controls the release of a liquid or gas. Watch our video to learn about atmospheric vacuum breakers on hose bibs and why they are an important part of the plumbing in your home. If you have any more questions or need help with plumbing in Las Vegas, call DMS Plumbing today!
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