Frozen Pipe Repair Plumber Seattle
Frozen Pipe Repair & Replacement Services
Family-Owned. Seattle Trusted for 30 Years.
It doesn’t get cold that often in Seattle. When it does, however, cars spin out of control and folks face-plant on the sidewalk. That same lack of preparedness for the cold also applies to the pipes in and around your home or business.
Frozen pipes can mean a bad day. They not only lead to pipes bursting, causing extensive water damage and mold, but they’ll cost you tens of thousands of dollars in repairs, mold remediation, ruined carpeting, furniture and more.
Save yourself the headaches of frozen pipe damage by hiring our quality frozen pipe repair plumbers from Rush plumbing and our emergency services in Seattle.
Rush Plumbing is Seattle’s frozen pipe repair specialists will perform a methodical camera inspection of the pipes leaving your home or business and create end-to-end solutions that fit your unique situation and budget. Some common methods we use are locating the freezing point and inspecting your pipes to ensure there is no damage. Next, we’ll thaw your pipes with special electrical heating tape and other tools designed to prevent damage. Once we’ve established positive pressure and flow, we’ll properly insulate your pipes to prevent freezing.
Whatever solution is right for your home or business, we are standing by with tried-and-true processes, tools, and technology to get the job done right the first time. From the moment you book your appointment, our experienced team of water, sewer, and commercial plumbing specialists work bell-to-bell to fix your plumbing issues and make you feel like you’re our only customer.
What are the benefits of wrapping your pipes before they freeze?
- Avoid massive physical risk and costly repairs
- Pipe insulation to prevent pipes from re-freezing
- Current pipes audit to address any issues
What can I do if my pipes are frozen?
- Apply heat to the frozen pipe using
- Heat lamps or portable space heaters
- Hot towels
- Electrical heating tape
- Turn the heat up in the property
- Using an infrared lamp