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Frozen pipes are a reality for homeowners as the temperature plummets outside. Sometimes the amount of damage depends on how you handle the problem once it is identified. Here are a few tips:
"Why should I worry about frozen pipes?"
When a pipe freezes often the solution isn't as simple as turning up the thermostat. A ruptured pipe can spew out over 200 gallons of water a day, leading to catastrophic flooding, structural damage, and paving the way for mold growth.
"My pipes are already frozen! What do I do?!"
First, remain calm- While a pipe may appear to be frozen there's a chance they have yet to fully burst. Test your plumbing by turning on a faucet: if nothing comes out, leave the faucet running and call a plumber. If your pipe has already ruptured, search for and turn off the water at the main shut off valve. Remove any loved ones or valuables from the affected area and call us at 517-332-7500.
Be safe in the extreme cold and know that we're here when you need us. Call us at the office if you have frozen pipes. If it's after hours, leave a message on the emergency extension at 517-332-7500. We want to help as much as possible so you can get back to your normal life. ... See MoreSee Less
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