How to Thaw Frozen Pipes
Winter in Montana can be hard on pipes. Any pipes exposed to cold
temperatures are at risk – and may freeze.
This post is about how to thaw frozen pipes.
If your pipes haven’t yet frozen, and you want to avoid it, here’s a post
How to prevent your pipes from freezing.
Also, Once water enters your home, it’s essential to seek professional
assistance with water damage restoration and cleanup to ensure your home
and your belongings are dried properly and thoroughly. At Dayspring
Restoration, we can help with water damage restoration and mold abatement
following any type of disaster. Our experienced disaster recovery service
will thoroughly assess your home and ensure that every area potentially
damaged by water has been addressed before we consider our job complete.
Even if you can’t see a crack or leak, you may have one ready to cause
damage as the thawing begins. Be sure to write down our 24 hour emergency
phone line and keep it handy just in case.406-248-1834.
Frozen water expands and this may not only bring your water supply to a
halt, it can cause your pipes to crack or burst. If your pipes have
frozen, see below for measures you can take to thaw them. If your pipes
are cracked and leaking, give us a call. We can help.