Don't get caught unprepared. When an emergency happens, be ready for the unexpected.
The best way to weather an emergency is to prepare for it ahead of time.
On this page, you will find tools and information to help you get ready for all kinds of water-related emergencies.
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Turning Off Your Water
Know how to turn off the water supply to your house during an emergency or when leaving on vacation. This can help you avoid water damage from leaking pipes, dripping water heaters, frozen pipes or other causes.
Know Your Pipes
Protecting, maintaining and repairing the pipes on your property can help you avoid damage from leaks and save you money on your water bill.
How to Flush
If you have no water services to your house and the toilet tank is empty, you can use not-so-fresh water to get the job done - from a pool, a bathtub, even melted snow. After all, it's all going down the toilet anyway.
We are working to ensure everyone is prepared for freezing weather. A freeze can still affect the pipes and appliances in your house. Here are some ways to look for problem areas around your home, and how to protect them.