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Freeze Breaks

If Your Frozen Pipes Burst, Our Plumbers Can Help
Freezing temperatures bring problems for homeowners and frozen pipes that burst tops the list of homeowners’ concerns during the colder months. Unfortunately, most people don’t even think about frozen pipes until it is too late, so if you haven’t dealt with burst pipes until now, you are not alone.

According to State Farm® Insurance, every year, pipes freeze in the homes of more than 50 million families in the United States. It is not uncommon for frozen pipes to burst, thereby causing flooding and extensive property damage. If you are dealing with frozen pipes, we urge you to contact Excalibur Plumbing to have one of our plumbers dispatched to your property immediately!

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  • We are fully licensed and certified.
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  • We treat your home with respect.
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Water expands when it freezes, thereby placing tremendous pressure on metal or plastic pipes. No matter the strength of the pipes, expanding water can cause pipes to burst. Pipes that are more susceptible to freezing include water supply pipes in unheated parts of a home such as basements, attics, garages, and kitchen cabinets.

Steps to Take Immediately

If a pipe in your home has burst, you should first shut down your home’s main water supply. If the water coming out of the broken pipe is heated, you should close the valve attached to the hot water heater. After you’ve shut down the hot water heater, it’s time to call Excalibur Plumbing so we can quickly repair or replace the burst pipe.

Contact Excalibur Plumbing Today

At Excalibur Plumbing, we deliver superior plumbing services throughout the Greater Austin Area. Not only do we have more than 700 positive customer reviews, but we also offer two-year labor and part warranties on every job that we perform. We stand behind our work and you can be confident that we are the plumbing company to trust!

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