Prevent Pipe Bursts with ICE LOC
With March right around the corner, that means temperatures are starting to rise and spring is near. However, living in New England we know better than to assume that all winter weather and freezing temperatures are behind us. The warmer days will be here eventually, but in the meantime, it remains important to conduct the proper inspection of all pipes that have the potential to freeze or burst. Here are some ways to use ICE LOC to help prevent your pipes from bursting.
Although there are various other smaller preventative steps you should take to prevent your pipes from freezing, some of which we have shared before, using ICE LOC is the largest and most effective way. ICE LOC is a unique and incredible substance that can be put into any portable water plumbing system of a home. The purpose of this material is to prevent any frozen pipes from bursting. When the water inside of a pipe begins to freeze, ICE LOC absorbs the pressure that is created during the freezing process (frozen water expands due and creates high pressure), which in turn reduces the amount of pressure in the pipes which also reduces the chance of the pipes bursting.
What is even better about this product is that it is 100% safe and tested and is not harmful in any way to drinking water. ICE LOC can survive both extremely hot and cold temperatures and has proven time and time again that it can save many homeowners the threat and hassle of burst pipes.
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So, take some time to research ICE LOC and consider using it in your home! The last thing you want is for your pipes to burst, which causes a multitude of problems in your home such as mold growth and flood/water damage. However, if you do find yourself in this situation, know that you can contact Roy’s Restoration 24/7 and our crew will be there as soon as possible to provide mold remediation & water damage restoration services. Call us today at 617-607-3399 or by filling out our online contact form here.