Category Archives: Winter preparation

Plumbing Tips to Get Ready for the Holidays

Here at DB’s Plumbing and Drain, we take the holiday season SERIOUSLY. This year, we are celebrating as a company by having a holiday party at our shop, complete with a Secret Santa and fun Christmas sweaters! We’re excited to see what … Continue reading

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Cold Weather Questions to Ask Your Plumber

1. Has my home been properly winterized? We are lucky to have avoided extreme winter weather for the most part this season, but we all know we can anticipate winter storms from now until March.  As we have previously discussed … Continue reading

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Winterize Your Plumbing

The cold weather is upon us in the region! With freezing temperatures on the horizon, it is important to take the time to winterize the plumbing in your home and save yourself the possibility of costly frozen pipes! It is … Continue reading

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How to Avoid Winter Plumbing Mishaps

Cold weather is the one time of the year that puts homeowners everywhere on high alert. The weather is usually the most brutal near the end of the year and the beginning of the next. Temperatures drop and snow pours … Continue reading

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How to Thaw Frozen Pipes

Homeowners, both old and new, face a constant battle. Your home is always in need of maintenance. There are problems which arise no matter how hard you work to keep things under wraps. As a homeowner there is a lot … Continue reading

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Winterizing Your Pipes – November

Homeowners have a lot to think about when it comes to making sure their home is ready for the various seasons. There are steps you need to take in the summer, fall, spring, and winter to make sure that everything … Continue reading

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