We Fix broken pipes, burst frozen pipes, cracked pipes, stop water leaks, 

There are all kinds of plumbing leaks. Some can flood your home, while others are not nearly so damaging, Leaks can ruin your day and 

Tips to prevent frozen pipes and leaking pipes

Tip #1

Wrap your pipes in heat.The important feature is the exterior piping. If the cold-water pipes touch the exterior portion of the building, when the water isn't being used and the temperature is very cold, most likely the pipes will freeze. The only time water won't freeze is when it's moving, so it's is a good idea to leave all the faucets open while you're away from home for any length of time. The best thing you can do, however, is insulate the whole space.

Tip #2

A stuffed sink can easily spring a leak. Under your kitchen sink, just take a peek every once in a while and see if there are any drips. It's always a good idea to take a look.

Tip #3

Set back the spigot valve.In some cases, a frost-free hose bib should be installed, especially if the pipe is going through a cement foundation. The hose bib allows you to shut off the water closer to the inside of the home to help prevent freezing.

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