Frozen and burst pipes – Water Damage Removal Services

Frozen and burst pipes can cause significant damage to your home or business, leading to water damage, mold growth, and structural damage. At Thompson Restoration, we understand the urgency of these situations and are dedicated to providing fast and efficient frozen and burst pipe services to our customers in Cincinnati and the surrounding areas.

Our team of experienced technicians is fully trained and equipped to handle any frozen and burst pipe job, big or small. We use state-of-the-art equipment and techniques to quickly locate and repair any damaged pipes, and we’ll also take the necessary steps to remove any water and moisture from your property, including any contaminated materials and debris. We’ll also take the necessary steps to sanitize and disinfect the affected areas, ensuring that your property is safe and healthy for you and your family or employees.

One of the things that sets Thompson Restoration apart from other frozen and burst pipe companies is our commitment to customer satisfaction. We understand that dealing with frozen and burst pipes can be stressful, so we’ll work closely with you throughout the entire process to ensure that your needs are met and that you’re completely satisfied with the results.

Our frozen and burst pipe services include:

  • Water extraction and removal
  • Rapid pipe repair and replacement
  • 24/7 emergency response
  • Structural drying

How does frozen and burst pipe happen?

Frozen pipes occur when the water inside the pipe freezes, causing the pipe to expand and potentially burst. This can happen when the temperature drops below freezing and the pipe is not properly insulated or heated. Pipes that are exposed to the cold weather, such as those on the exterior of a building or in unheated areas like basements and crawl spaces, are at a higher risk of freezing.

Burst pipes can occur as a result of frozen pipes. When the water inside the pipe freezes, it expands and puts pressure on the pipe. As the pressure continues to build, the pipe will eventually burst, releasing the trapped water and causing damage to the surrounding areas. If the pipe is not fixed or replaced, it will continue to leak and cause further damage.

Another cause of burst pipes is corrosion or rust. Over time, pipes can corrode or rust and weaken, making them more likely to burst. This is particularly common in older homes and buildings with outdated plumbing systems. In addition, if the water pressure is high it could cause the pipe to burst or if the pipes are not installed correctly or maintained can also lead to burst pipes.