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Professional Pipe Thawing

All Suburban Emergency Plumbing & Power Rodding conducts professional pipe thawing. When temperatures drop in the winter, the water can freeze and stop your pipes. If your water lines are frozen solid, we are here to help. Our experienced team will take care of your frozen pipes with qualified electric-powered pipe thawing. We use low-risk methods to safely and effectively de-thaw your water lines and take steps to help prevent your pipes from bursting. We will get your pipes completely thawed in an hour or less so you can enjoy warm, free-flowing water in your home once again.

Icicles hanging from the gutter, and snow on the roof causing drainage problems

Thaw and Restore Winter Water Flow

We will safely and quickly unfreeze frozen pipes and restore normal water flow with professional pipe-thawing services. Protecting your pipes is essential to keeping your plumbing functional when the temperature drops. Water expands as it freezes, putting extensive pressure on whatever contains it. When this swelling occurs in unprotected pipes, the expansion can cause the pipe to break, resulting in expensive repairs. This inconvenient and troublesome situation often occurs when pipes are exposed to extreme cold, unheated interior areas, and exterior walls with little or no insulation.

Protecting Your Pipes Through the Cold

When you return from a trip, the last thing you want is a frozen water line. Freezing pipes lead to water loss and breakages, so it’s important to prevent this from happening. You can protect your pipes from freezing by taking a few safety measures before the winter arrives. Start by draining supply lines for pools or water sprinklers. Avoid antifreeze, as it can be harmful. Drain hoses and store them indoors. Close inside supply valves and open outside hose bibs to allow water to drain. You can also install insulation indoors in areas the heater doesn’t reach.

How to Prevent Pipes From Freezing

One of the simplest ways to prevent frozen pipes is to keep your property at a temperature of at least 60 degrees, even when you are away. This will help keep your home warm and prevent pipes from freezing. Keep your garage door closed and open any indoor cabinets that store water lines to allow warm air to circulate. For outdoor pipes, let cold water drip to maintain some water flow and prevent freezing. However, if your pipes do freeze, there’s no need to sit without water. Contact us to get your water flowing.

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