Buying a home is a joyous occasion. Its a chance to celebrate your freedom from the trials and tribulations of the world of landlords and rentals. Its also a time to welcome you into a whole new world the world of roof leaks, broken windows, and sewers.
Did you know that about 25 million American families on average have one or more rooms in their homes ruined by frozen water pipes breaking?
If your pipes freeze and break this winter, hire a trenchless pipe repair service. First of all, these repairs wont dig up your lawn like traditional repair methods, something that 73% of homeowners would gladly pay more for. Second, it actually costs less. Trenchless pipe repairs cost about 40% less than other repair methods. Third, its the right way to fix your pipes. Other methods will just set your home up to experience the same problem five to 10 years from now. That being said, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Here’s what you can do to keep your pipes from freezing this winter.
Finding Frozen Pipes: What You Should Be on the Watch ForMay 30, 2017 in Tips, Trenchless Technologies
Winter can be pretty troublesome. It can cover your driveway in feet of snow, drive up your heating bill, and worst of all freeze your pipes, which can ultimately break them, potentially costing you hundreds. As we head into the coldest time of the year, be on the watch for the signs of freezing pipes.
Nobody likes having to deal with sewer repairs, but if the signs are there, you cant ignore them. If you do, youre not only going to have a huge mess on your hands, but the problem with your sewer pipes may worsen. Heres what you need to be on the watch for.