Frozen Pipes

Just a Friendly Reminder from Friendly Plumbing,

Snowy conditions call for proactive steps to shield manufactured homes from frozen pipes. To thwart potential pipe damage due to freezing temperatures, consistently maintain a slow drip from faucets within these homes. This proactive measure sustains water flow, notably slashing the risk of pipe-related issues during winter.

Giving precedence to the winterization of your summer recreational vehicles—like toy haulers, fifth wheels, and trailers—is paramount. These vehicles are exceptionally vulnerable to the harsh impacts of cold weather and warrant comprehensive protection. Winterization involves a series of critical steps: draining water tanks, applying antifreeze to plumbing systems, insulating pipes, and sealing potential air entry points. Completing these measures prior to the full arrival of winter drastically curtails the likelihood of damage and the subsequent need for costly repairs.

Should uncertainties arise or if guidance on winterization procedures for your manufactured home or recreational vehicles is needed, our office is readily available to provide assistance. We’re committed to offering comprehensive support and addressing any queries or concerns you might have. Ensuring the adequate protection of your property throughout the winter season remains our foremost priority.

Initiating proactive measures now substantially diminishes the risks associated with frozen pipes or impaired vehicles. This proactive approach not only conserves time and resources but also guarantees the sustained safety and functionality of your home and belongings amid winter’s challenging conditions. Acting preemptively fortifies your property against potential winter-related challenges, providing reassurance and security for both you and your assets.

If you would like to get an estimate of what it might cost to winterize your home please click here.

Dave Sheehan and the Friendly Plumbing Staff

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