Keystone Owners Association

Change shutoff valves at sinks and toilets to avoid flooding problems

The homes in the Keystone community were built from 1987 to 1989, so the plumbing connections may need updating. All you have to do is come home to a flooded floor to appreciate how easy and inexpensive it can be to perform a little preventive maintenance on this often-overlooked item. Every sink and toilet has what is known as a shutoff valve, usually near the wall and toward the floor. Over time, they may get clogged or get rusty, and they sometimes break, causing leaks and even flooding. We've provided this link to a YouTube video that shows homeowners how to upgrade these devices. Watch it and you may save some unwanted expense! Here's the link:

Posted by azjoe on 05/14/2015
Phoenix, Arizona 85044