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Colorado Springs, Frozen Water Pipes, and Yeah!! SERVPRO for Cleanup

1/9/2019 (Permalink)

Why SERVPRO Colorado Springs, Frozen Water Pipes, and Yeah!! SERVPRO for Cleanup SERVPRO Says To Protect Your Colorado Springs Plumbing from Freezing--Insolate the Pipes

Winter Threats for Your Colorado Springs Home

The severe drops in temperature that accompany the winter months in the Colorado Springs area can present many hazards and potential concerns for your property. While many of the homeowners throughout the area are familiar with the damage freezing temperatures can do, situations continue to occur every year which has our professional restoration team heading out to homes and businesses whose plumbing or structural integrity has become compromised by the harsh winter conditions.

Of the multiple negative effects freezing temperatures could have on your Colorado Springs residence, the chief of these would be frozen pipes. Many scenarios could allow for your indoor plumbing or outdoor service line leading to the main water supply line for the street to become adversely affected by the elements and steep drops in temperature. Understanding how this situation could occur can help you remain mindful of the possibility throughout the colder months.

Poorly insulated pipes are a common culprit to this situation, our SERVPRO professionals discover during their initial inspection of a water damaged property. Once water within a pipe freezes, the flow gets blocked to the fixtures and ceases to flow. The trapped water dammed by the freezing builds pressure until the pipe bursts as a result. Once this occurs, it can often be a high volume of water released into the wall cavities of your home, into your basement or crawlspace, or wherever plumbing could have gotten installed. The rapid spreading of pressurized water can be devastating.

When our SERVPRO team of professionals arrives on the scene, we can utilize leak detection and moisture detection equipment to determine where our mitigation work should begin to repair the damaged pipe and remove affected drywall and other construction materials too saturated to preserve. A plumber may be needed to fix the pipe system damage.

Frozen pipes continue to be a severe concern for area homeowners throughout the winter months. Poor insulation or exposed pipes remain susceptible to these falling temperatures, and if you have a line break, you can count on our SERVPRO of South Colorado Springs rapid response team to help clean up the mess and dry out the damage. Give us a call anytime that you need us at (719) 574-2789.

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