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Lawn and Garden Winterizations and Startups in St. Louis and Surrounding Area

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The frigid winters can cause outdoor pipes to burst, which impacts all of your plumbing. Your outdoor pipes need to be winterized to protect against the threat of Mother Nature. Otherwise, the damages could be much more widespread than you might think. That’s where we come in.

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With our team of experienced professional plumbers, we’re ready to help you get your business prepared for winter. Your outdoor fixtures won’t be used until spring, so getting them ready to endure the cold months ahead is necessary to avoid burst pipes and large-scale damage.

Call today to put the power of Performance Plumbing to work for you.



Drain the Water

The biggest issue with outdoor pipes during our St. Louis and surrounding areas winters is the presence of water in them when the freeze comes. That can place an inordinate amount of pressure on the walls of the pipes, as well as causing trouble throughout the system. In the worst cases, it can cause the pipes to burst, turning a relatively straightforward problem into a big mess.

A trained plumber can help you do this the right way, with attention paid to the particulars of your system. Manual valves differ from automatic valves when it comes to clearing the water, for example, and you want to make sure that leaks or other issues don’t bedevil you in the winter. Call on us to take care of the job the right way and rest easy when the weather turns cold.

Professional Tools Work Wonders

It helps to shut off the water and run the sprinklers in the fall, just before you intend to stop using the outdoor plumbing for the season. But that can’t always catch all of the water, nor can it check your plumbing for potential trouble spots like cracks and leaks. A trained plumber with the experience required to look into every possibility will winterize your outdoor plumbing the right way.

Much of that depends on tools like air compressors that laymen don’t have access to, but can pay huge dividends during the cold months of winter. With them, along with the trained technicians who use them, you could save yourself a great deal in damages over the chilly season and your outdoor plumbing will be ready to go when spring arrives.

Schedule an Inspection in the Spring

You never can tell what havoc winter will wreak, and in our neck of the woods, the cold weather seems to last longer and longer every year. If you’re not careful, the damage suffered by your outdoor pipes will be compounded when you try to run your system, making the repairs costlier in the process.

The best way to prevent this kind of damage is to schedule an inspection of your outdoor plumbing every spring, when the weather has warmed up but before you start using it. That way, you can catch potential problems and make repairs before the come back to bite you.

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