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Aside from the winter wonderland and the holiday season, the colder months can also bring some annoyances with them, such as frozen pipes. If you don't want to be left without water during this time of year, read this post to learn how to deal with them.

How to Deal with Frozen Pipes

Find the Frozen Pipes

To solve this issue, you first need to find out where it's happening. To that end, open all of the faucets in your home and check the water supply for each one. If one of them is faulty, locate the pipe that supplies that faucet. The, use a thermometer to figure out if it's freezing. Keep in mind that it's most likely that the frozen pipes will be outside or near a vent.

Check for Leaks and Cracks

Frozen pipes are prone to bursting. This means that after your fix the temperature problem, you may be left with water damage and mold development. To prevent that, inspect the frozen pipes thoroughly. If you find any cracks, fix them promptly with epoxy putty and water resistant tape. If the crack is too big, or if you want a more permanent solution, call a professional team.

Warm the Pipes

Now, it's time to warm the pipes. To that end, you can employ heating pads, a blow dryer, or a space heater. However, avoid the use of open flames to prevent fires. Also, leave the affected faucets open so the running water can heat the inside of the pipe and to know when the normal water supply has been restored. If you have a problem, or if you can't reach one of the pipes, call an expert team.

Don't Let It Happen Again

Finally, you need to guarantee that this won't happen again. To that end, the safest bet is to have the pipes insulated (especially those that are most exposed to the cold weather). Once again, it's a good idea to have an expert team guide you on this.

If the cold weather has taken a toll on your home, call Zott Construction DKI at (845) 227-4141 to get a free estimate on property restoration in Stormville.