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If you suspect frozen pipes or you’re dealing with a burst pipe in your home or business, Z PLUMBERZ is here to help. Give us a call for fast service and effective burst or frozen pipe repair and solutions.
If your pipes have burst, shut off your main water line and call us right away. If you suspect frozen pipes, keep reading.
Signs of Frozen Pipes
Most pipe bursts happen as a result of frozen pipes. Regardless of the type of pipes you have in your home, they can still burst if left frozen. If you notice the signs of a frozen pipe, do not wait to call in the specialists at Z PLUMBERZ .
Common signs of frozen pipes include little or no water coming out of the faucet or water that comes out at the incorrect temperature. Inspect your pipes to see if any visible frost has accumulated on the outside. If you notice any foul odors coming from your pipes, it could also be an indicator of a frozen line. Don’t ignore the signs, call in Z PLUMBERZ right away.
How to Prevent Frozen Pipes?
When the cold weather sets in, it’s time to think about your pipes and plumbing. It’s best to stay on top of the situation before a burst pipe wreaks havoc in your home. Here are some ways to prevent frozen pipes in your home:
- Let warm water trickle from your faucet to keep the water flowing.
- Open the cabinets under your sink to let warm air in.
- Insulate your exposed pipes or apply heat tape.
- Seal any cracks or holes that might allow cold air in.
- Call Z PLUMBERZ —we’ll be there quickly, we’ll repair your frozen pipes, and give you peace of mind.
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