What’s Your Eddy IQ? Pipes are More Likely to Freeze Inside Your Home


Annnnnddd, we’re back! Our weekly “What’s Your Eddy IQ?” game took a holiday hiatus, but we’re now back and all set for an exciting year of challenging our social media fans about water.
This week, we asked: True or False game. This week’s question is all about frozen pipes in your home: True or False? Your pipes are more likely to freeze inside your home than before they enter your home.
A very timely question, given the colder than usual temperatures that have plagued much of Canada and the US since mid December. Frozen pipes are worry during the winter months every year – but when a cold snap hits and remains, the chances of pipes freezing is high.
Automatic water shutoff for frozen pipes The answer is…True! It’s a common misconception that pipes are more vulnerable before they enter your home. While this may be true in some places (particularly warmer climates), most homes receive their water pipes from underground – underneath the frost line. However, pipes inside your home can be very likely to freeze, something that many homeowners do not realize.
We addressed this topic in our most recent blog post, “Avoiding Frozen Pipes this Cold Season – Are You at Risk?” Take a look for tips on how to determine what pipes are most likely to freeze, and what you can do to prevent your pipes from freezing.
Thanks for playing along with us! Check back next week!
About Eddy Home
Founded in 2014, Eddy Home is an industry leader in leak protection and water visibility solutions. Our suite of smart products offers a comprehensive water management system for homeowners that protects, controls, and conserves. Our products have saved thousands of customers millions of litres of water by continuously monitoring water usage in their home, and if something unusual is detected, alerting them to the issue. For more details, please contact us at 1 877 388 3339 or email info@eddyhome.com.

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