While dangerously cold temperatures cannot be prevented, there are things that you can do to protect your property and prevent your home’s pipes from freezing and bursting. Use the following information as a guide on how to prevent frozen pipes this winter and what to do if you find that your home’s pipes have frozen.
Winter is more than just a time to bundle up and make soup; these cold, wet months are a prime season for mold growth. Snow and rain mean more moisture is tracked inside on feet and clothing, which increases humidity. You can take several easy, inexpensive mold prevention steps before winter arrives.