Avoid Frozen Pipes This Winter
The past few weeks have been mild weather, but winter is only partially over and temperatures could fall again. Here’s some helpful information from New Jersey American Water about how to avoid frozen pipes.
And…apologies for the slightly blurry image above! It’s a close-up of a burst water pipe. It’s not pretty, right? Read on for tips on how to avoid such damage.
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