Frozen Burst Pipes

Water Restoration and Leak Detection

Frozen burst pipes refer to a serious plumbing issue that occurs when water inside pipes freezes, expands, and ultimately causes the pipes to rupture or burst. This phenomenon typically happens in colder climates or during extreme winter weather conditions when temperatures drop significantly below freezing. When water freezes, it expands in volume, exerting pressure on the walls of the pipes. This increased pressure can lead to cracks, splits, or complete ruptures in the pipes, causing water to leak or gush out when the ice thaws or the pressure becomes too great.

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