Do I really need to winterize my home?
There is a strong misconception among home owners that winterizing your home’s water pipes when you leave your home vacant is unnecessary and a waste of time. While the winterizing process might seem like extra time and money, in reality it isn’t that difficult or expensive, and the results could save you thousands of dollars in wasted water or repairs. The repair of frozen, busted pipes are certainly more work and expense than a winterizing appointment.
Special Offer for Action Plumbing Customers!
Because this is a critical step toward proper care of your home, we are running a special offer for a limited time to those who schedule a home winterization on the Outer Banks before December 31st.
Now through December 31st — Winterize your home for just $180 (plus NC 6.75% sales tax)*
Let Action Plumbing take the worry out of winterizing! We make it easy. Here’s a snapshot of the process:
- Turn the Water Off
- Drain the Water Heater
- Drain the Supply Lines
- Drain all Appliances
- Anti-Freeze Solution for Toilets and Drains
- Turn off Main Circuit Breaker (unless otherwise instructed)
*Cost for a 2BA, 1 Water Heater home.
Have a larger home? No problem. Just add $35 for each additional bathroom and $30 for each additional water heater.
For more information about winterization or to set up an appointment to have your home winterized, please contact us today!
*Prices include all trip fees. Winterization services are not guaranteed. Some damage may be unavoidable in certain circumstances, i.e. extreme weather, faulty cut-off valves/meters.