When temperatures get below 15 degrees it dramatically increases the possibility of frozen pipes and breakage. When temperatures drop this low, we ask that you do the following preventative measures:
* Please keep your heat set to at least 66 degrees or higher even when you are not home.
* At least one inside faucet, preferably more, should continually drip warm water so that both hot & cold water lines are kept flowing to prevent freezing.
* Pipes for the kitchens and first floor bathrooms tend to be more vulnerable to freezing pipes. Cabinet doors should be left open to allow heat from your unit to enter.
* All faucets should be checked in the morning and evening to insure there is proper flow of water.