There’s a multitude of reasons why frozen pipes are bad. From water not running to the potential hazard of them bursting. With frozen pipes, it’s important to keep your eye on them just in case anything major happens. Here are a few signs to look out for.
This one may be obvious but if you’re experiencing unusually cold temperatures, it’s crucial to take precautions. Such as letting the faucet drip, applying heating tape or adding a bit of insulation.
No Running Water
Have you turned the faucet on only to experience nothing or just a slight trickle? This is a sign that your pipes may be frozen and it needs to be checked out. Lack of running water can inhibit day-to-day activities, act fast if you notice your water has slowed or stopped.
If you notice a strange smell in your home, check out the pipes. Sometimes if a drain blocked or partially blocked, the odor can escape by backing up in the direction of your property.
Once aware of a frozen pipe, it’s critical to act as fast as possible. Contact a skilled plumber to help identify the issue and figure out solutions for your home. For more information, contact the team at Vander Hyde Services today.