Frozen Pipe Burst Damage: Prevention & Restoration
Preventing Frozen Pipe Burst Damage
Temperatures in Texas can rapidly change from warm to freezing. It is advice received every time the temperatures dip below the freezing mark, "Make sure to drip your faucets." Good advice! Leaving a faucet open during freezing cold weather can help prevent frozen pipe water damage to your home. But do you know how many faucets to keep running at one time? And do you know which faucets are most effective when it comes to preventing frozen pipe burst damage to your home?
One sink is good. Usually the farthest sink from where the water comes into the house. If water comes in through the front of the house, look at the sink in the back of the house. That way, the water is flowing through all of the pipes on the underside of the house.
Another good idea to help prevent frozen pipe burst damage is to place an insulating dome or other covering on outdoor faucets and spigots to reduce the likelihood of frozen water pipes expanding and causing a costly leak.
Frozen Pipe Water Damage Restoration
If your pipe bursts, you want to turn off the water source immediately. The next step is to get your house dry as soon as possible. The quicker your home is dried, the faster Specialty Restoration of Texas can begin our water damage restoration process and reduce further damage to your home. Reduction in damage saves your personal property and increases our ability to repair your home. Our equipment such as air movers and dehumidifiers will speed up the drying process to protect your property.
We have 24-Hour Emergency Crews all over Texas, including Waco, Temple, Austin, Tyler, and Dallas, standing by to answer your call and restore your home. Call Specialty Restoration of Texas to dry your home quickly. 24/7 We’ll Be There!
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