Frozen Pipes Thawed

We Can Thaw Frozen Pipes

The pipes in your home can freeze in cold weather if not cared for properly. Frozen pipes can leave you with no water or cause your pipes to burst, leading to expensive property damage. The pipes that are most likely to freeze are the pipes in your exterior walls, attics and basements.  These pipes may not receive an adequate amount of heat from the rest of the property that protects them from freezing temperatures.  If you notice a frozen pipe, please call us quickly!  Depending on the location of the frozen pipe, a pipe burst could cause extensive damage to your property.

Signs of Frozen Pipes

  • Bad Smells from Drain or Faucet

  • Low Water Pressure

  • Frost on Pipes Or In Water

  • Water Temperature Issues

  • No Water Is Coming Out Of The Faucet

  • Unusual Sounds Coming From Pipes

  • Cracked Piping

Signs of Frozen Pipes

  • Bad Smells from Drain or Faucet

  • Low Water Pressure

  • Frost on Pipes Or In Water

  • Water Temperature Issues

  • No Water Is Coming Out Of The Faucet

  • Unusual Sounds Coming From Pipes

  • Cracked Piping

Bulldog Rooter is an Expert at Thawing Frozen Pipes

Contact our Bulldog Rooter Plumbing Experts, who use professional pipe-thawing equipment. Thawing pipes by yourself can be dangerous and cause the pipe to burst or crack. The team at Bulldog are experts in keeping your pipes intact and will get the job done quickly. Thanks to our emergency service, it doesn’t matter what time of the day or night you are dealing with a frozen pipe. We will come to the rescue! Call us today to come thaw frozen pipes at (509) 535-3447 for WA services or (208) 649-9991 for Idaho.

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