Plumber Brett Colburn of Favinger Plumbing Inc., rolls out from under a mobile home on Hannegan Road after fixing a frozen pipe Jan. 19, 2011. Colburn says it is best to leave your faucets dripping so the pipes don't freeze in the cold weather. At right, is apprentice plumber Travis Johnson
Plumber Brett Colburn of Favinger Plumbing Inc., rolls out from under a mobile home on Hannegan Road after fixing a frozen pipe Jan. 19, 2011. Colburn says it is best to leave your faucets dripping so the pipes don't freeze in the cold weather. At right, is apprentice plumber Travis Johnson THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Plumber Brett Colburn of Favinger Plumbing Inc., rolls out from under a mobile home on Hannegan Road after fixing a frozen pipe Jan. 19, 2011. Colburn says it is best to leave your faucets dripping so the pipes don't freeze in the cold weather. At right, is apprentice plumber Travis Johnson THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

Bellingham plumber shares advice on how to avoid frozen pipes this winter

November 28, 2014 03:00 AM

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