Spring is here! So I decided to see if I could draw some water for watering the plants outside and... no water and no pressure at my outside faucet.
I just bought my house (1948 victory house in Canada). so I'm wondering if perhaps houses normally have some sort of indoor valve that controls flow to the external faucet and if so where that would normally be located.
I'm going to be checking my main line inside my house today but I have to move the washer and dryer off their pedestal to have a look.
Do external faucets have an indoor shutoff valve somewhere indoors or should I not bother moving my washer and dryer and just call a plumber?
I finally managed to find it inside of a wall stud. Using a technique described here. Is there a way to trace water pipes through walls?