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How To Prevent And Address Frozen Pipes

Prevent and Address Frozen Pipes

Brace yourselves, Chicago: Jack Frost has made his presence known. We use our homes as refuge from the bitter cold, but in our efforts to stay warm, we often neglect other things we could be doing to keep our houses functioning properly in frigid temperatures. Plumbing is an area that often takes a hit, manifesting in one of the most detrimental, yet common, wintertime problems: frozen pipes.

How to Prevent Frozen Pipes

Prevent Frozen Pipes

Frozen pipes can be a real problem. When pipes are exposed to a cold enough temperature, the water within them can freeze. This means you can’t get water out of your faucets when you need it. But worse, frozen pipes can also burst, resulting in thousands of dollars worth of damage to your home and possessions. Fortunately, with some preparation, this whole mess can be avoided.

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