24/7 Broken and Frozen Pipe Repair Services in Waterford, MI
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When dealing with frozen pipes, it's crucial to have a professional assess the situation immediately in order to avoid disaster. Frozen pipes are liable to burst at any moment, causing a flood of cold water in your property.
Our trained professional plumbers can locate and repair a pipe that is frozen before it ruptures. If it's too late and your pipe has already burst, we're available 24-hours a day to provide fast plumbing repairs.
We have been responding to and solving plumbing problems in the Waterford area for over 15 years. Our technicians have the extensive hands-on training and tools needed to locate frozen pipes quickly and get your home or business back to working order.
Immediate Steps to Take for Burst Pipes
With the potential for hundreds, or even thousands, of gallons of water spread to throughout your home or business, the damage caused by freezing pipes can be devastating. When water freezes in a pipe, it can exert up to about 3000 psi in outward force on the walls of the pipe it is this force that causes damage to the pipe.
If a pipe bursts, immediately shut off the water at the water main (usually next to the meter or at the fuse or switch to the pump (for well-fed systems).
This step will stop the flow of water and allow you time to assess the situation.
When you locate the pipe in question, depending on the pipe material, you may find either a split, crack, break, or even a fitting that has been pushed off. However, you may have trouble locating the frozen pipes if they are within walls or other difficult to reach cavities.
Your Frozen Pipe Repair Begins with a Phone Call
If you run into a situation in which a pipe has frozen and burst, call Michigan Plumbing and Mechanical Services, and our professional plumbers will respond quickly to locate and repair the problem. We can also offer preventative measure to help prevent the problem from occurring again in the future and investigate to see if other areas in your home or business are susceptible to freezing.