We’re having unusually cold weather in the Pacific NW. This morning, the faucets along one side of my house quit working - hot water is fine, but no cold water. The affected faucets are all along a wall that abuts the exterior, and this is an old house, so not much insulation in the walls. Cold water is working fine at other faucets.
So it seems obvious the pipe along that side of the house must have frozen. Is there anything I can do other than wait for warmer weather? There aren’t any openings where I could blow some warm air in, without knocking a hole in the wall.
And how likely is it they will rupture? I’d rather wait a couple days instead of putting a hole in the wall, but I’ll take a hole over a flood.