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SIGNS OF FROZEN PIPES
Did the water from your kitchen faucet dribble out when you tried to make coffee this morning? Lack of running water is one of the first signs of frozen pipes most people notice.
If your pipes start “talking,” making banging or gurgling sounds, it can indicate you’ve got ice traveling through your pipes.
If you notice a pipe that’s covered in a layer of condensation or has small surface cracks, they may be freezing.
A sewage smell emanating from your faucets usually accompanies a freezing exterior sewer line.
What Should You Do If You Notice Signs of Frozen Pipes?
If you think you have frozen pipes, you need to shut off the water. You can turn off the water to the entire house or just the frozen pipe area, whichever is more accessible. Minimize water damage and than call the professionals.