Best Techniques For Winterizing Your Water Pipes
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Best Techniques For Winterizing Your Water Pipes

Imagine my surprise when I came home from work one freezing cold evening and found water flooding my basement. I ran to turn off the water and then I called the plumber. Even though it was late in the evening, the plumber immediately came to my house and fixed the busted water line. The plumber told me that I could have prevented my water line from freezing and busting if I had winterized the pipes. After researching various methods, I insulated the pipes so they won't freeze again. My name is Joel Hampton and this blog is about the different ways to winterize your plumbing pipes to keep them from freezing. Coming home to a basement filled with water is a nightmare and I hope that after reading the information in my blog, it won't happen to you.


Best Techniques For Winterizing Your Water Pipes

  • Five Things To Never Put Down Your Drain

    18 May 2020

    Blocked pipes can lead to overflowing sinks or even a backflow of sewage into your home. By knowing what can cause a clog, you may be able to avoid the problem. 1: Flushable Wipes Generally, if it isn't toilet paper, then you need to ignore the word "flushable" on the box. Wipes, feminine hygiene products, and even items like flushable cat litter aren't really designed for home drainage systems regardless of the advertising copy.

  • Have Slow Flushing Toilets? Call The Plumbing Experts And Check Your Septic System

    14 April 2020

    When toilets are backed up instead of flowing smoothly it can cause a lot of problems in the home, and the issue may be your septic system.  If you have never had your sewer lines or septic tank inspected since you've lived at the house, it may be time. There are a lot of different things that deteriorate and can be problematic with a septic system over time. This is especially true if the system hasn't been maintained properly.

  • 3 Reasons To Get Your Drains Cleaned For Maintenance Purposes

    10 March 2020

    If you own a home, you probably experienced a clogged drain sometime in your life. When it happened, you could not use this plumbing fixture until it was fixed. Clogged drains are inconvenient and frustrating, but they happen to most homeowners on occasion. Did you know, though, that there is a way to reduce the risks of developing drain clogs? The solution is by hiring a plumber to perform drain cleaning services for maintenance purposes.