Dealing With A Frozen Pipe
Whether it’s an unexpected cold snap or an extended deep freeze, very cold winter weather can cause the water in your pipes to freeze. The pressure of the expanding ice can rupture the pipe, releasing hundreds of gallons of water per hour and causing thousands of dollars of water damage to your home or business. This problem is expensive, messy, but is easily preventable.
When water freezes within your home or building's plumbing, the pipes have a high possibility of bursting, which is likely to cause great amounts of water damage and mold damage. A frozen pipe can be identified by a bulge or abnormality, a layer of frost or ice on the outside, a toilet that refuses to refill after a flush, or a dramatic decrease in water pressure in your faucets. If you notice any of these signs or are now wondering what do you do if your pipes freeze, feel free to Contact Us or call 1-855-574-6437 to schedule an inspection.
Fixing Frozen Pipes
Our team of certified restoration technicians can diagnose the problem, will thoroughly remove all water, and dry the flooded area with high powered dehumidifiers. Additionally, we’ll replace your pipes and repair any damage that was caused by them bursting. ServiceMaster by Singer can immediately help you deal with water damage from frozen pipes. Using the help of a professional is the right choice to deal with this sort of issue, as we have the tools and knowledge to properly repair the pipe, and to clean up the water damage.
Our team is available 24/7 and you can reach us whenever a pipe breaks and floods your home, or need help with frozen pipes. We have a very responsive team that will work with you to handle every step of the repair and restoration process with great speed and accuracy. Once you contact us you will receive an immediate response regarding your problem.