Use ball valves.
OK, now that that's out of the way...
I Googled about installing them upside down like in a basement. Saw pros &
cons. Mostly about it promotes sediment collection messing up the
operation. The ones I'm using are 1/2" & 3/4", one hot and one cold. There
are no flow direction arrows on them.
What's the feel from you folks on upside down installation from actual
You can mount gate valve in any direction you of your choosing
However up side down if you water carry sediment in few years you may
Get some problem opening and closing other then that I do not see any
Microsoft. I bet he hit Enter after "you may", and helpful grammar-
software capitalized "Get", because it is the first word of a
Yes, there are some other spelling and punctuation issues, but it's
the "Get" that really makes it confusing. Most of the other stuff
like lazy typing, or mind working faster than fingers, or something of
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