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Frozen and Burst Pipes
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Frozen and Burst Pipes
Memphis homeowners regularly face sub-freezing temperatures throughout the winter season. Sudden and extreme drops in temperature combined with poor pipe insulation can result in frozen water pipes. Frozen pipes have an increased risk of bursting and when that happens, your home is left vulnerable to severe and permanent damage. So don’t let freezing weather get the best of you—call Stewart Plumbing and avoid frozen and burst pipes this winter!
Frozen Pipe Prevention
The pipe repair experts at Stewart Plumbing have encountered and repaired their fair share of frozen or burst water pipes across many years of combined experience. These winter plumbing disasters can be often be avoided with some advice and maintenance services from Stewart Plumbing:
- Proper insulation is essential to prevent pipes from freezing.
- Heat cables, heat tape or heat wraps may be applied to your pipes for more extensive protection. Stewart Plumbing stocks high-quality heat cables and tape for maximum reliability and effectiveness.
- Water pipes attached to garden hoses and other outdoor spigots are at a high risk of freezing. They aren’t exposed to your home’s indoor heating like the rest of your plumbing system. This makes shutting off and draining the water leading to all outside faucets critical to avoid frozen pipes in the wintertime.
Call Stewart Plumbing to learn more about how frozen pipe prevention can save you a costly repair this winter!
Frozen and Burst Pipe Repair Features
Proper preparation and maintenance always helps but sometimes frozen pipes are just unavoidable! And when they are, a fast response time could save your frozen pipes from bursting! At Stewart Plumbing, we take pride in providing prompt pipe repair services in the event of frozen or burst pipes.
Never try to repair frozen or burst pipes by yourself! Contacting us for frozen or burst pipe repair service is the best way to keep you safe and protect your home from further damage.
If your pipes have already burst, act quickly to turn off the main shutoff valve and leave your faucets turned on before calling in the pipe repair experts at Stewart Plumbing. If you don’t know how to shut off your main shutoff valve, feel free to ask your plumber next time we are in your home on a service visit. Stewart Plumbing provides 24/7 emergency pipe repair services so you can count on us to help day or night.