What does winterizing mean?
Since water expands as it freezes, water pipes exposed to freezing temperatures are susceptible to breaking. Flooding can occur as the water thaws, causing extensive water damage to your home and belongings. Plus, thousands of gallons of water could be wasted. This is why we recommend "winterizing" your home. This involves using your stop and drain valve to shut water off to your house and drain indoor water pipes. Click here for more information and to access a step-by-step Winterization Guide. Additionally, irrigation systems are required to be shut off and winterized November 1st through April 1st.

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1. What are your regular business hours? What if I need service after hours or on the weekend?
2. How do I update my billing information, mailing address, or cancel my water service?
3. Are there any water use or irrigation restrictions?
4. What is a stop and drain valve? Do I really need one?
5. How do I turn off my water? Where do I find my home's master water valve?
6. What does winterizing mean?
7. How do I get water to my new property?
8. Am I allowed to use water for construction purposes?