Prepare your home from the freezing temperatures outside!
Manchester, UK (PRWEB UK) 22 January 2013
As the UK is engulfed by snow this year with the Siberian front bringing ice, snow and freezing winds, households across England and Wales are struggling with frozen pipes and boilers breaking down leaving homes without heating in the arctic conditions.
It’s inevitable that the frost and ice will get worst as the months continue and the possibility of another big freeze similar to the one England suffered a few years ago that brought most of the country to a standstill seems to be replicating its self once again.
All home makers can do is to prepare and hope that the weather is kind to all this year, preparing cars and winter clothes are the most obvious choice to most people, as is stocking up on food and making sure that the big snow shovel is close to hand. But what can people do to prepare their home from the freezing temperatures outside.
One of the biggest worries for most homeowners is the central heating system and keeping the property warm in the cold conditions and the biggest issue is how to prevent condensate pipe from a condensing boiler freezing. This seems to be a common issue that is sweeping the nation at the present and home owners are experiencing terrible issues trying to get answers from manufactures or whoever installed the boiler.
So it comes as no shock that people are searching the internet for answers and solutions to their predicaments, one company has found themselves being rather busy helping people with this issue and have since set up a question and answer page to assist people with their boiler and pipe issues.
Pipelagging.com have been inundated with questions relating to boiler problems and frozen pipes from the general public who have decided to sort the issues themselves after finding no assistance from the companies they would normally turn to in such a crisis.
As a result the demand for pipe heating prevention kits has doubled as the nation has turned to a spot of D.I.Y to keep their heating running smoothly while the snow continues to fall.
When properly fitted, the heating cables come into operation at + 5C and will protect the installation against freezing, Protecting the water supply in housing, garages, car parks, gardens or on the roofs of buildings whose pipes need to be protected against freezing in winter.
Having no heating in the cold weather has to be a nightmare for any who are unfortunate to endure this but being unable to get assistance from the sources who supply such services can only make matters worse. It’s good to know that there are companies out there who will go above and beyond to assist all in this harsh weather.