Take Care of Heating Issues Before Winter Arrives for Your Pipes

Take Care of Heating Issues Before Winter Arrives for Your Pipes

The first day of fall is just one week away. This means that you will likely be noticing that the temperature will begin to drop over the next month or two. Yes, we do have an entire season before winter arrives, but this doesn’t mean that the cold weather will be that far off. In fact, by mid-October, the Denver area is likely to be getting quite chilly. Anyone who has lived in Colorado for even one winter is likely to know that snow is a possibility as early as the beginning on November. With this in mind, High 5 Plumbing likes to suggest to our customers that they have any repairs to the heating system in their home, taken care of before all of the warm weather is gone, otherwise you may be dealing with frozen pipes this winter. Continue reading to learn why.


If your heater malfunctions, this could cause a major safety issue for those who live in your home, such as improper ventilation and other health hazards. One of our main concerns is that your pipes will freeze and you won’t have access to running water.


Your heating system could be costing you a ton of money soon if you haven’t made sure that it is working properly. The longer you run your heater while it is not working, the higher your energy bills will be.

Staying Warm

This may seem obvious, but you won’t understand just how imperative having a working heating system is until you have to be in your home without heat. Prevent your family members and yourself from freezing this winter when your heating system unexpectedly stops working.

Protect Your Pipes

Frozen pipes are a pain to deal with. Make sure that you aren’t setting yourself up for failure by not having your heating system checked before winter arrives. Otherwise you may be calling High 5 Plumbing in a panic this winter.


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