Build-in shutoff for shower faucet


Build into the shower faucet fixture, one for cold and one for hot so no need to shut off whole house. Seen it on This Old House but nowhere else, so who makes it?
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Jack wrote:

http://www.moen.com/searchaction.cfm In the search box, enter "stops"
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Here is one from Kohler http://www.us.kohler.com/onlinecatalog/detail.jsp?item !0602 -g
Jack wrote:

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why not put service valves on way to fixture or PEX back to supply with valves?
currently my bathroom has hot and cold service valves in basement, individual valves for sink hot and cold and toilet
as part of a general upgrade I am thinking of PEXing everything seperately with a manifold and ball valves in basement.
this way running sink or flushing shouldnt effect shower like it does today and service much easier.
the built in stop valves only help for washer replacement, anything more than that your turning off all the water.
myself I would go with individual ball valves, perhaps with rear access
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This is nice, however, if the companies are anything like Sears, in 5 years, they won't have parts. So, the shut-offs integrated into the faucet, are useless.
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