How To Stop Cold Water Pipes From Sweating?

Cold water pipes can often sweat, causing the water to become cloudy and discoloured. If you notice this happening, it’s worth having a look at your property as soon as possible to make sure there are no external factors that may be causing the problem like an air vent or faulty plumbing. The best way to check for sweating is by turning off all cold water taps in the house and then running some hot water until it runs clear again before re-tapping into each cold tap one by one taking note of what temperature they run at when they start sweating. You should also close any doors or windows so that sunlight isn’t shining directly on them which could potentially cause more issues down the line with condensation forming on them if left open too long…which is why I always advise closing windows during times of heavy rain!

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