Angle Valves for Home Renovation

Hey everyone, let’s talk about something super important but often overlooked in our homes – angle valves! These little guys play a huge role in connecting our indoor and outdoor water sources, regulating flow, and making maintenance a breeze when our faucets act up.

When it comes to choosing angle valves, there are a few key things to consider: materials, types, and where to place them to ensure each area of our homes works like a charm.

Materials Matter:

Angle valves come in various materials like PPR, stainless steel, or zinc alloy. The weight of the valve often indicates its quality, with heavier ones usually feeling more solid. I recommend going for ceramic or metal-core valves for durability and longevity.

Types to Consider:

Different areas of our homes require different types of angle valves. For instance, a main shut-off valve is perfect for the water heater and main supply pipes. Standard angle valves work well for both cold and hot water taps while washing machines benefit from valves with shut-off needles. Toilets are best paired with angle valves that have backflow prevention. For areas with multiple water sources like sinks with filters, consider using one-in-two or one-in-three angle valves.

Space Matters Too:

In the kitchen, angle valves are essential for sinks, with separate valves for hot and cold water. Installing angle valves for water filters? You can choose between single or triple outlets for easy maintenance and flow control.

In the bathroom, angle valves for basin taps and toilets with backflow prevention are crucial for efficient water management. And if you have bidets or sprayers connected to the toilet, a one-in-two valve might be a practical choice.

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