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Frozen Pipe Repair

Cold winter temperatures can cause the water in your pipes to freeze into solid ice. Since water expands as it freezes, frozen pipes often turn into burst pipes — one of the most destructive home disasters possible! Call our 24/7 help line to schedule with a Benjamin Franklin Plumbing specialist!

Frozen Pipe Emergency Help

Frozen pipes are often just a few, short hours — or even minutes — from bursting. Burst pipes can causes thousands of gallons of water to leak throughout your house — destructive and costly. That’s why our expert Benjamin Franklin plumbers are always ready to come to the rescue. We’ll act quickly to diagnose the problem and thaw your pipes before they burst, preventing thousands of dollars in water damage!

Burst Pipe Emergency Help

When frozen pipes burst, the damage can leave your house uninhabitable for weeks at a time, while costing you tens of thousands in repair costs. Don’t trust anyone but an expert plumber in an emergency like this. Work with Benjamin Franklin Plumbing to limit the damage and ensure you can be back at home ASAP.

Frozen Pipe Prevention

When facing a potentially five-figure danger, many homeowners partner with Benjamin Franklin Plumbing to install heat tape. Heat tape is a specialized electrical wire installed on your water pipes. When powered on, the heat tape produces electrical heat that keeps the water and the pipes themselves warm. Also, check out our protection plans to make frozen pipe prevention a yearly guarantee.

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