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Professional Frozen Line Repair Services in Winnipeg

Winnipeg's harsh winters can cause significant problems for your plumbing system, particularly when pipes freeze. At Boulet Sewer & Drain, we specialize in professional frozen line repair services in Winnipeg to quickly and efficiently restore your plumbing system, ensuring your home or business remains safe and functional.


If you notice that your faucets only allow a small trickle of water through, you may have a frozen pipe. Most commonly, the frozen section of pipe will be located against an exterior wall or where your water service enters your home through the foundation. Our team uses the latest technology and equipment, including thawing machines, sewer lines, and hotshots, to help us thaw frozen pipes before they burst. For more information on our plumbing services or to request an appointment, contact us today.

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Comprehensive Frozen Line Repair

Frozen pipes can lead to severe damage, including burst pipes and water damage. Our comprehensive frozen line repair services include:

Sump Pump Installation Services

A properly installed sump pump is crucial for preventing basement flooding and water damage. Our sump pump installation services include:

Why Choose Boulet Sewer & Drain?

Experienced Technicians:

Our team of certified and highly skilled technicians has extensive experience in handling frozen pipe emergencies and repairs.

Advanced Techniques:

We utilize the latest tools and techniques to thaw and repair frozen pipes safely and efficiently.

Customer-Focused Service:

Your satisfaction is our top priority. We provide prompt, reliable service with clear communication and respect for your property.

Transparent Pricing:

We offer competitive, upfront pricing with no hidden fees, ensuring you know exactly what to expect.

Reliable and Prompt:

We understand the urgency of frozen pipe issues and provide timely service to minimize disruption and damage.

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Our Process

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Commitment to Excellence

At Boulet Sewer & Drain, we are dedicated to providing exceptional frozen line repair services that protect your property and ensure your plumbing system operates smoothly even during Winnipeg’s coldest months. Trust us to deliver reliable and professional solutions for all your frozen pipe needs.


Contact Boulet Sewer & Drain today to learn more about our frozen line repair services or to request emergency assistance. Let us help you keep your plumbing system safe and functional throughout the winter season.

  • Q: What are the signs that my sewer line is clogged?
    Common signs of a clogged sewer line include slow draining sinks or bathtubs, gurgling sounds from the drains, unpleasant odors, and water backing up from drains or toilets. If you notice any of these signs, it's important to contact a professional plumber immediately to prevent further damage.
  • Q: How often should I have my drains professionally cleaned?
    It's recommended to have your drains professionally cleaned at least once a year for preventative maintenance. However, if you experience frequent clogs or have a high-usage environment like a restaurant, more frequent cleanings may be necessary.
  • Q: What causes pipes to freeze and how can I prevent it?
    Pipes can freeze when temperatures drop below freezing, especially if they are not properly insulated. To prevent freezing, insulate your pipes, keep your home adequately heated, and allow a trickle of water to run through faucets during extreme cold spells.
  • Q: How can I prevent sewer backups?
    To prevent sewer backups, avoid flushing non-biodegradable items, such as wipes and feminine hygiene products, down the toilet. Regularly clean your drains and sewer lines, and consider installing a backwater valve to prevent sewage from backing up into your home during heavy rainstorms.
  • Q: What should I do if I have a plumbing emergency?
    If you have a plumbing emergency, such as a burst pipe or severe leak, shut off the main water supply immediately to prevent further damage. Then, contact a professional plumber for emergency repair services.
  • Q: How can I reduce the risk of clogs in my kitchen sink?
    To reduce the risk of clogs in your kitchen sink, avoid pouring grease or oil down the drain, use a strainer to catch food particles, and regularly flush the drain with hot water. Also, consider scheduling regular professional drain cleanings to maintain optimal flow.
  • Q: What are the benefits of regular plumbing maintenance?
    Regular plumbing maintenance helps to identify and address minor issues before they become major problems, extends the lifespan of your plumbing system, improves efficiency, and prevents costly repairs. It also ensures that your plumbing is operating safely and reliably.
  • Q: How do I know if I need to replace my sewer line?
    Signs that you may need to replace your sewer line include frequent clogs, slow drains, sewage backups, and foul odors. A professional plumber can conduct a video inspection to assess the condition of your sewer line and determine if replacement is necessary.
  • Q: Can tree roots damage my sewer lines?
    Yes, tree roots can infiltrate sewer lines through small cracks or joints, causing blockages and damage. Regular maintenance and inspections can help detect root intrusion early. If tree roots are a problem, consider having a plumber install a root barrier or use chemical root treatments.
  • Q: What is the best way to handle a minor clog?
    For minor clogs, start by using a plunger to try and dislodge the blockage. If that doesn’t work, use a drain snake or a mixture of baking soda and vinegar followed by hot water. Avoid using harsh chemical drain cleaners as they can damage your pipes.
  • Q: How can I maintain my water heater?
    To maintain your water heater, regularly check for leaks, flush the tank annually to remove sediment build-up, inspect the anode rod and replace it if necessary, and ensure the temperature is set to 120°F to prevent scalding and improve efficiency.
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