Winter is often a common culprit, causing leaks left right and center as pipes come under strain from freezing temperatures. The freezing of your central heating can cause a high incidence of leaks which do not become apparent until the system begins to thaw out.
Sometimes these leaks are substantial and require the immediate attention of a plumber, but on other occasions, when the frozen pipes unfreeze to reveal a small leak or perhaps a weeping joint, a less dramatic, less permanent fix will suffice. You can also visit www.ryananthonysheatingservice.com/service-contracts/ to hire best HVAC contractors in long island.
To avoid this scenario, if you live in an area where sub-zero temperatures are not uncommon in winter, or in a property which is potentially vulnerable to the cold, you should consider adding inhibited antifreeze to your central heating system.
It works in just the same way as adding it to your car and the concentration can be altered to provide an appropriate level of frost protection.
For minor leaks and weeping joints, Rapid-Dose Leak Sealers can be applied to the system via a radiator dosing point to form a soft seal internally.
If the situation is worse than an almost imperceptible leak, there are ways to minimize the damage. You can apply an external sealant which forms watertight, tack-free seal in just half an hour.