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Frozen Pipes in St. Charles
  • Freeze and break detection
  • Pipe thawing and repair
  • Pipe insulation
  • Emergency service 24/7
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Is your water pressure suddenly very low? If it’s wintertime, it could mean you have a water line starting to freeze. And that in turn can mean extensive, costly damage if the problem isn’t promptly diagnosed and corrected. MAS Plumbing is equipped to do just that. Whether the cause is inadequate insulation on an exterior wall or a cold air leak reaching an interior wall, we are prepared to quickly locate the leak, thaw your line and perform all necessary repairs.

Frozen Pipes St. Charles

If you live in St. Charles, Illinois, you know how brutal the winters can be. Temperatures drop well below freezing, and snow and ice can accumulate quickly. One of the most significant problems that homeowners face during the winter months is frozen pipes. Frozen pipes can cause significant damage to your home and property and can be very costly to repair. That’s why it’s essential to have a reliable and professional frozen pipe service provider in St. Charles that you can trust. Worried about the cost? MAS Plumbing offers FREE quotes right over the phone or via email. 

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  • Winterizing your pipes
  • Check temperatures in your home
  • Take preventative measures

At MAS Plumbing, we understand the importance of having your pipes functioning properly, especially during the winter months. Our team of experienced and licensed plumbers is available 24/7 to provide emergency frozen pipe services to homeowners throughout St. Charles and the surrounding areas. Our team is available to provide:

  • Frozen Pipe Thawing
  • Frozen Pipe Repair
  • Frozen Pipe Prevention


Winterizing Water Lines

Ensuring that your pipes are well insulated is vital in preventing them from freezing. This is especially important on pipes on outside walls and in the basement if the basement gets very cold. However, that is not the only thing to watch out for. Exterior fixtures are more vulnerable to the cold than pipes inside the walls. Outside fixtures, such as faucets, often have shut-off valves on the inside of the home. To winterize these, simply close the shut-off valve and then open the fixture to allow the water to drain. Preventing frozen pipes is key to avoiding costly repairs and damage to your property. Our team of plumbers can provide you with expert advice on how to prevent frozen pipes, such as insulating your pipes and keeping your home’s temperature above freezing.

Check the Lines

Knowing the temperature around your pipes will allow you to keep a better eye out. When the outside temperature drops to below 32 degrees, you should check once to find the coldest spots in the home. Often times because pipes are in hard-to-reach places, a laser thermometer comes in handy. A closer eye is needed when the temperature outside drops to 20 degrees as this is when most inside pips that are at risk will be in danger. Pipes typically do not have a high risk of bursting until the temperature drops to below 20 degrees. 

Preventative Measures

There is more that you can do besides ripping open the walls inside your home to keep your pipes from freezing. Ensuring that the temperature inside your home does not drop below 55 degrees and that the cabinets for pips on an outside wall are open can help prevent them from freezing. Keeping a slow stream of water will also help prevent your pipes from freezing. However, if you notice that no water comes out or that a slow-running faucet stops, it means a pipe has frozen. The damage might not already be done, and it is crucial to unfreeze the pipe.  It is not recommended to use an open flame as that has a high risk of causing a fire, and do not leave electrical devices operational and unsupervised.

Plumbers St. Charles

If you can not thaw a line with a blow dryer or hot towel, stop there. The problem is bigger than just the exposed pipes you can see, and if there is a bigger problem inside the wall then thawing it yourself might cause more problems. We can help when your pipes freeze or when your pipes do burst getting them fixed quickly makes all the difference. Call MAS Plumbing and we’ll come out and get your pipes back in working order quickly.

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