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  • Simply crimp or solder the water supply to a rough-in unit that has an integral brass valve, then screw the box to a stud and snap on the trim kit.
    Simply crimp or solder the water supply to a rough-in unit that has an integral brass valve, then screw the box to a stud and snap on the trim kit.
  • Rough-in unit with integral brass valve.
    Rough-in unit with integral brass valve.
Prefab washer and dryer boxes take the hassle out of roughing in those appliances. The Pull Stop Box aims to do the same for toilets. Instead of assembling an angle-stop, stub-out, mounting bracket, and valve, you simply crimp or solder the water supply to a rough-in unit that has an integral brass valve, then screw the box to a stud. After the drywall is painted, you snap on a trim kit (which includes the shutoff knob). The rough-in unit costs about $12, the trim kit $1.50. LSP Products Group, 800/854-3215, lspproducts.com