Pipe Burst After a Texas Freeze?

freezing temps

North and Central Texas are experiencing freezing temps this winter. If you have experienced flooding from a burst pipe(s) then time is of the essence.

We work with all insurance companies. We also bill insurance direct to save you the time and hassle. No insurance? We will work with you.

Raining Kate’s is available 24/7 with a one-hour response time. 
DFW (972)752-3775 / Austin (512)772-1394


Step One:
If you have not already done so, turn off the water main to the house as quickly as possible.

If you do not already know where your shut off valve is, click here for tips on how/where to find it. To be safe, you will also want to turn the power off in the areas of the property that are flooded.

Step Two:
Call a plumber.

Flooding will not be contained until the source of the problem is fixed. Once you have turned off the main water call the plumber so that they can fix the problem.

Step Three:

Call the Flood Restoration experts at Raining Kate’s for a free inspection and estimate.

If the damage is very minor you may be able to mop it up on your own. However, if there was a significant amount of water and it traveled through walls, over wood floors, wet carpet, or saturated ceilings it is time to call out an IICRC Certified technician to inspect the damage. A water restoration expert will extract standing water, track the water from its path to all the areas it might be hiding, and set up drying equipment to properly dry your home and prevent mildew smell and mold damage.
Raining Kate’s is always standing by for any size disaster. We know how to handle rough water. If you have experienced flooding as a result of the freeze, give us a call. You can even ask for Kate by name. You will find that she is already nearby.

Step Four:
If you have not already done so, call your insurance and start a claim.

Most policies will cover a pipe bursting in your home. We work with all insurance companies and will bill directly.