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Re: Replacing shut off valve on the water main line
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BergenWood wrote:
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We had the interior water value replaced in our old house for about $850 (6 years ago). The original cost we heard about was very, very high, and the process sounded scary (freezing the pipe as mentioned), but it ended up being pretty straightforward. Good luck!

Thanks for your response. Can you please elaborate on what exactly was done in your case? All plumbers I spoke to say we need to freeze the pipe and then replace the valve but none of them do it.

Just to clarify - the valve on the street side before the meter is not working and there is no shut off valve on the curb/street. Water company and city say there is nothing they can do but they will penalize me if I don't get the the meter changed.

Posted on: 9/19 10:00
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Replacing shut off valve on the water main line
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Hi, I received letter from Suez water to replace the water meter else they will shut off the water and there will be fine. The house is very old and the shut off valve on street side of meter does not work and needs to be replaced. I called suez and they told me there is nothing they can do and plumber needs to freeze the water line and then replace the valve. I doubt anyone will be able to do that. Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance

Posted on: 9/12 13:57
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Grove Street Path Elevator
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Anyone knows why work at Grove Street Path station for elevator access has stopped and when it will be completed?

Posted on: 2016/4/25 11:46
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