Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Frozen Pipes in NJ

With the temperature dropping rapidly you need to make sure your pipes are up to the task.  Poorly heated/insulated pipes in homes can lead to frozen pipes in NJ.  Frozen piping represents a great danger and financial liability to homeowners.  As water freezes, it begins to expand.  When it does that inside a pipe, the pipe will become structurally weaker and becomes very susceptible to leaks or even ruptures.  Not only that, having frozen pipes in NJ means water won't be flowing through it properly and might even stop flowing entirely.

We at Public Sewer Service have emergency sewer services in NJ that can remove the risk of frozen pipes from your home.

For more information on our 24/7 emergency sewer services in NJ, contact Public Sewer Service at 1-800-508-8264.


  1. Every thing needs to be sorted before the temp drops and things gets worse. This is kind of a reminder for every one. Thanks!!
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  2. This past winter my pipes have froze on me. It has been a colder winter than I was realizing. I should have been more prepared with my pipes. Next year I will be better.

  3. This happened to my sister in her home. The pipes cracked and she had problems with her sewage system. It gets very cold where she lives and as a result, she had to replace the pipes.
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