People often associate the cold winter months with household plumbing problems, such as freezing pipes. So with the cold days of winter once again giving way to warmer springtime weather, many homeowners may assume they are in the clear when it comes to common plumbing issues. However, the truth is, springtime can be just as problematic for residential plumbing systems as nature once again enters the season of new plant growth.
It doesn't take long for cold weather to have an impact on the comfort level inside a house, especially if there isn't good insulation. Even with a heating system installed, a house can still reach cold temperatures if it doesn't work as efficiently as it should. For example, a house has an old heating system, it can take a long time to warm up and the temperature might still only rise to a certain extent.