Discusses frozen pipe claims during a polar vortex.
February 16, 2021 at 12:50 PM
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This week much of the country has been frozen solid due to a phenomenon known as the polar vortex: arctic air that has come further south due to changes in the jet stream. Not only are cars frozen shut and water on walks and streets frozen solid, but the risk of frozen pipes rears its ugly head. At temperatures at or below zero with wind chills into the negative numbers, claims for frozen pipes are bound to start rolling in.
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