How to manage your frozen pipes
08 November 2022
Drying out your home
Sadly, sometimes a frozen pipe can burst, leaving water damage in its wake. If this does happen to you, it’s vital to know what you can do to minimise the long-term damage to your home and dry it out quickly.
To dry out any affected rooms, you should keep the doors and windows open wherever possible. This circulation of fresh air will help speed up the drying process. While leaving your heating on and leaving drawers and doors open will accelerate the drying.
Dealing with a frozen pipe is inconvenient at best and damaging at worst. But with a few simple steps, you can prevent serious issues and keep your home ticking along smoothly.
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