The effects of burst pipes can be both dramatic and devastating, leaving behind damages and a big mess to deal with. When dealing with burst pipes, it can put you out of your home or business for a number of days, without having the use of your water. Whether the burst is caused by below-freezing temperatures or unprotected pipes, this issue is a nightmare for all homeowners. If you have discovered a problem with your plumbing, it is absolutely critical that you call immediately, in order to keep the cost of repair at a minimum.
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What Causes Pipes to Burst?
One of the most common causes of a leaking pipe is plugging, which is caused by build-up from mineral deposits, foreign objects, or grime. These lead to blockages and eventual leaking of the pipes. When enough pressure builds, the pipes can burst, and the problems compound from there. Calling DrierHomes for regular maintenance will decrease your chances of build-up and leaking pipes. If you do discover a leaking pipe, give us a call at (208) 254-4944 immediately, so we can help prevent the pipe from bursting. The amount of water lost from leaking pipes could be over 100 gallons. And too often, you won’t notice anything has happened until a bulge starts to appear in the ceiling or floor, or after the water starts to flood.
How Will DrierHomes Help with Broken or Leaking Pipes?
- Turn off your water supply
- Drain your water system to help prevent water from spilling through your home or office
- Turn off the heating system and continue to drain
- Make sure anything electrical is turned off
- Collect the water & restore the water damage
- Record the damage
- Get your leak fixed!
Have You Had a Pipe Burst?
Helping homes and businesses for over 3 years, DrierHomes has the experience and the equipment needed to get you back to normal as soon as possible. We use the five key pieces of equipment when your pipes burst: the expander head, pulling rods, a pulling machine, a retaining device, and a hydraulic power pack.
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