Sunday, November 1, 2015
Advice from Pros on How to Prep Your Plumbing for Winter
When you live in Denver, you may wake up to more than 300 days of sunshine each year, but the days that are not so sunny couldhave a dramatic effect on your residential plumbing system. Once the warm summer days with low humidity give way to cooler autumn days, you will have to start to prep your home for snowfall that comes along with winter. While many residents look forward to the snowfall in winter so that they can enjoy winter recreation, your pipes will not be as “excited”. Winter brings freezing and pressure that makes it very difficult for your pipes to do what they were intended to do. With your pipes working overtime to bring you hot water while the ground is covered in snow, there is undoubtedly an increased risk of problems.