In light of current frigid temperatures around the country and concerns about frozen pipes, ice dams and related issues, this article provides links to several FC&S articles that may be helpful.
February 16, 2021 at 02:25 PM
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Texas is known for having hellishly hot summers; the residents are used to it but for visitors, it can be brutal. This week’s weather in Texas is in the single digits, with below zero wind chills in many areas. So it seems to some extent that hell has actually frozen over. Texas is not the only state suffering; other southern states that generally don’t get cold are experiencing frigid temperatures as well as ice and snow.
We’ve already had questions from colleagues about frozen pipes and what is and isn’t covered. In light of the fact that much of the country is frozen over as well as having sleet, freezing rain and snow, we have put together a collection of previous questions and answers and articles surrounding such topics.
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