Don't let the warm weather lull you into forgetting that it's still winter.  It is not uncommon for folks to have water claims due to bursting pipes in the late winter/early spring when the itch to get outside and hook up the water hoses becomes unbearable.  Whether you're a new homeowner or a seasoned veteran, here are some things you need to know about preventing frozen pipes.


What Causes Frozen Pipes?*

The water inside pipes can freeze when outdoor temperatures drop below freezing. As freezing water expands, it causes the pressure inside the pipes to increase, possibly leading to bursting pipes.


Preventing Frozen Pipes


What to Do When Pipes Freeze or Burst

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