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Be prepared for the worst

Scottish Waters regional community manager Steve Scott reminds customers to ensure homes and businesses are protected and prepared for the worst of the winter weather.

Scottish Waters regional community manager Steve Scott reminds customers to ensure homes and businesses are protected and prepared for the worst of the winter weather.

Scottish Water has reminded customers to ensure homes and businesses are protected and prepared for the worst of the winter weather.

‘Protect your pipes - Be prepared’, is the utility’s winter message, asking customers to protect their pipes, be prepared and heat, insulate and protect their home and business.

Steve Scott, Scottish Water’s regional community manager, stated: “Our winter campaign aims to inform our customers, homeowners and businesses about the importance of acting now to protect their pipes to avoid the hardships that so many experienced in recent winters.

“The weather has been milder than expected but there’s no telling whether the extreme conditions of the last few years could be repeated again. It is sensible for customers to start thinking about protecting their pipes now and make sure they are prepared.

“Very often people think it won’t happen to them, but there are few things more upsetting than coming home or into work to find everything ankle deep in freezing water and your carpets, furniture and equipment all ruined because of a burst pipe.

“Unfortunately, many customers found out that the real problems start when temperatures begin to rise again after such a cold snap. This can lead to pipes expanding and bursting.

“Customers who take action now to heat, insulate and protect their properties can avoid this headache and heartache. The message is that we want to work with our customers to ensure we are all prepared.”

 

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