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Cold Weather Puts Pipes at Risk for Freezing

PEKIN - The temperature continues to drop, which means your pipes could be in jeopardy.
PEKIN - The temperature continues to drop, which means your pipes could be in jeopardy.
Pekin-based maintenance company Trouble Free Inc. says it received its first calls of the year for frozen pipes Monday morning.
The shop says homeowners should remember to monitor pipes during the colder months. It recommends opening cabinet doors in the kitchen and bathroom. Also, maintain a stream of water running.
“The most important thing is just have someone continually inspect your pipes and have somebody come and check it if you're going to be gone. And make sure everything is in good shape,” said owner Dave Osborn.
Osborn also recommends adding insulation to pipes in attics and crawl spaces.
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