Where is the shower isolating valves normally placed so that it is
easily accessible at a later date for maintenance? The pipework for my
shower will all be under the floor and in a partition wall so I can't
think where to put it.
Sorry, it's an electric shower fed straight off the mains. There is
already an isolating valve on the main pipe that feeds the shower but
that also feeds the bath, washbasin etc., and I think a separate
isolating valve is necessary for the shower.
I have the pipework for mine emerging from the wall under the bath,
where there are isolating valves which you access by removing the
bath panel (actually, hinging it up in this case, as it hangs on
hinges from a piece of 3x2).
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