Plumbers, mechanics offer tips on how to avoid weather-related problems

The cold temperatures are freezing pipes in ceilings

The cold temperatures are freezing pipes in ceilings and walls and experts say the best solution is to insulate them. (January 24, 2014 6:21 PM)

The blistery cold temperature is taking its toll on Long Islanders and their property alike, especially automobiles and home pipes.

News 12 Long Island's Drew Scott was in Amityville at Miracle Plumbing and Heating, where they say they have seen an increase in frozen pipe incidents.

The cold temperatures are freezing and bursting pipes inside ceilings and walls. Experts suggest replacing...

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