Question about Heating & Cooling
Under the sink itself there should be shut-offs. To turn off the water to your boiler, first turn the power off to it at the breaker box. Then on the boiler itself, there will be some valves. One of the valves will be located in the copper line that comes from your water meter. Turn that one off. If you want to turn off the water to the whole house, right next to the water meter there should be a valve. Turn it off and open all faucets to ensure the water is off. Reverse this procedure when establishing water pressure again.
Posted on Jul 28, 2008
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