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Can someone write a hub about wrapping pipes for winter?


I would love to see a "how to" hub on how to properly wrap pipes for the winter and other winterization tasks. In particular an enclosed shed with washer dryer hook ups.

 

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Eric Dierker (Ericdierker) says

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    Lori Colbo (lambservant) 3 years ago

    Eric, you must be pretty special to make wrapping pipes look fun. Thanks for the info. I wrapped the pipes under my trailer and run the water. The outside spigot is wrapped. It's getting the pipes and hoses and stuff for the shed that is challenging

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    Eric Dierker (Ericdierker) 3 years ago

    Cre*tor those are really cool things. No matter, in my house of raising my dad would pay attention and let those faucets drip. When it goes sub zero all bets are off.

    We used to just run a simple light bulb to keep my chickens warm enough.


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    Lori Colbo (lambservant) 3 years ago

    Thanks Jackie. I will look into heated tape. God bless you sister.