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Old 11-16-2018, 07:43 PM
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Originally Posted by photo1902 View Post
While I haven't been in thousands of homes here in The Villages, my job takes me to a large number of them. I've been in a wide variety of homes (from 20 years old and new) and am continually surprised by how many homeowners are either unaware of the main water shut-off valve's existence, or its location. I've also seen my share of cabinets, both built in and free standing, not to mention boxes, rubbermaid containers, etc, covering the access panel in the garage. Like another poster mentioned, I have yet to work in a home that didn't have a shut-off inside the residence/garage.
This maybe be true in designer and up and maybe patio villas, but not in my 2003 cinder block CYV.
 

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