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Prevent Frozen Pipes in Your Home
Simple tips to help you prevent pipe freezes in your home. (:46)
Prevent Frozen Pipes at Your Business
How to protect your business from damage caused by frozen pipes. (:54)
Restoring A Community Landmark
When a major freezing event damaged a Cincinnati insured’s
historic building, their local independent agent and Cincinnati’s
claims representatives partnered to bring this property back to
its former glory. (3:13)
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Businesses may be especially vulnerable to freezing pipes
through their fire protection and HVAC equipment.
Failure or disruption of fire protection systems can be
life-threatening and expensive to repair.
Winter storms frequently cause electrical power failure,
which in turn can disable your heating system and
lead to a cascade of problems.
Whether you stay home or “fly south” for the winter,
prepare your property for cold weather.
A few preventive steps can save you the expense
and bother of burst pipes and water damage.
Gusting winds, heavy snow and bitter temperatures
could collapse your roof, freeze and rupture your piping
and cause havoc in your life.
If you suspect you have a frozen pipe, here’s
what to do next.
Snow and ice on walkways, roadways, driveways and
parking lots can present extra challenges
during winter months.
Take care when shoveling to protect
your heart and your back.
Stock up at your home, in your car
or at your business.
Prepare yourself before a blizzard strikes.
Tips and advice to cope when the power
is out for long periods.