Is your water colder than 40 degrees?
Trickle water from faucets to prevent frozen pipes
If water is warmer than 40 degrees, no action is necessary
If the water is 40 degrees or colder, a faucet should be turned on inside the house to allow only a thin trickle — but not dripping — of water to run continuously. The stream should be about the size of the lead inside a pencil.
Extreme cold temperatures and deep frost levels combined with a continued drought are prompting city utility officials to warn residents and businesses of frozen water lines. Al Lais, … More »
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