Everyone we have come in contact with at Putman Plumbing has been very nice and helpful - plus they are honest and that is very important to me. I trust them completely and would recommend them to anyone. Linda Smith
As much as we love your business, the best way to show our appreciation is to tell you how to prevent plumbing problems from happening in 2016. We can’t predict what weather will come to Maryland in the year ahead, but we can turn to experts at The Old Farmer’s Almanac for an idea about what to expect.
According to the Almanac, winter will be colder and snowier than normal in the north, with the coldest periods in mid-January, mid-February, and early March. In extreme cold, it’s important to prevent pipes from freezing so they won’t burst and cause damage to your home.
April and May are expected to be cooler than normal, with below normal amounts of rainfall. This will be a good time to do some spring cleaning.
The Almanac predicts that summer in Maryland will be hotter and rainier than normal, with the hottest times in late June, mid-July, and much of August. A lot of rain could take place in the form of a tropical storm or hurricane from early August to mid-September.
September and October are expected to be warmer than normal, with above-normal rainfall.
All of us at Putman Plumbing wish you a safe and blessed New Year! If you need any plumbing advice, a new water heater, drain cleaning or anything else in 2016, give us a call.