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Crawl Space Winter Maintenance: Should I Heat My Seattle Crawl Space?

By Mike on January 19, 2019

With the winter in full blast, it’s normal for homeowners to worry about winter maintenance, energy costs, and frozen pipes. However, DIY crawl space maintenance may not be the best solution during the winter months. Because of this, we put together a simple guide on how to keep your pipes and crawl space safe and

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How To Prevent Crawl Space Pipes From Freezing

By Mike on January 9, 2017

When temperatures drop, many homeowners grow concerned for the water pipes in their home. At Clean Crawls, our experience with crawl space and attic restoration tells us that this concern is warranted, especially in the crawl space. Because a crawl space is partially exposed to the environment through air vents, even a brief cold snap

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How to Prevent Pipes from Freezing

By Mike on December 30, 2015

When it comes to home repair, fixing a burst pipe is one of the most frustrating tasks. It costs money, time, and the painful effort of crawling into some tight space to reach the pipe. Unfortunately, as winter moves in and temperatures plummet, many homeowners will find themselves in that exact situation. Some water supply

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Don’t Let Cold Weather Freeze Your Pipes

By Mike on November 14, 2014

Frozen pipes aren’t something we deal with very often in Puget Sound, but when the mercury dips like it has lately, it’s a real concern. Pipes that freeze with water in them expand, and if they expand enough, they burst! A burst pipe is a great way to support the local economy by calling in

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