Cold weather is here. Are you and your pipes ready for freezing temperatures?
Cold snaps and wicked winter weather last year left many business owners with no power, no water, and no option but to temporarily close their doors. Pipes freezing and bursting aren’t just inconvenient, they can be dangerous and expensive, too.
We’ve compiled a list of 7 D.I.Y. actions you and your team can tackle this winter to help keep your pipes from freezing.
- Slow Drip
- Expose Enclosed Pipes To Warmer Air
- Set the Thermostat To At Least 55 Degrees
- Don’t Allow Inside Temperatures To Fluctuate
- Insulate Exterior Spigots
- Monitor Space Heater Use
- Shut Off Water Immediately If You Notice A Leak
In this guide you’ll learn how to prevent pipes from freezing, how to minimize the chances of pipes bursting, and how to keep property damage to a minimum should you notice a leak.