Winter in Pittsburgh can be like a ‘Jack of all trades’ – snow, cold, ice, wind, freezing temperatures, etc. Anything is up for consideration. And Mr. Jack Frost, known as a variant of Old Man Winter as well as his best friend, is held responsible for frosty weather, blustering winds, sparkling icicles, iced-over lakes and ponds, nipping noses and toes, and yes indeed – frozen pipes. Now, if Jack Frost has cast his frigid spell on your pipes and has frozen them, they are going to need thawed – but, not without a professional.
If your frozen pipes are not thawed slowly, carefully and properly, they may actually burst. Call a Professional Plumber, like a Gillece Services Plumber, who is an expert at diagnosing the frosty problem and determining if there is any damage. He can pinpoint the cause of the frozen pipes and thaw them back to normalcy without further stress or damage. There’s a good chance your frozen pipes may already be broken, so he can also make necessary repairs. A Professional Plumber can not only thaw and/or repair your frozen pipes, he can address the lack of heat that caused the problem in the first place with detailed assessment.
Mr. Jack Frost is no match for Gillece Services – a proud, family-owned-and-operated, Pittsburgh-based business, who hires and trains only the most talented Plumbers available. Owner Tom Gillece confidently employs Plumbers that he himself would and does have working in his very own homes, even on his frozen pipes. And, Tom knows that all plumbing problems do not occur 9-5 Monday through Friday, which is why he makes Gillece Plumbers available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, all year long… that includes evenings, weekends, and holidays!
Don’t let Old Man Winter and Jack Frost get the best of your Plumbing – Call Gillece for quick, safe and lasting repair!
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