Dude. Between the hurricanes last year and now the death freeze I'm beginning to think it may be someone gunning for you.I'm in Lake Charles La and mine has yet to thaw out. Weep system is frozen tomorrow will be day 4. Very unusual weather for Southwest Louisiana.
I am not from Texas but I know a few wash owners in Texas and have not heard anything great. The picture I posted was circulating on the web.Analyticawash where are you at in TX?
I'm in ft worth and lost power to my washes and it's not pretty. Right now I have one equipment room fully frozen another one partially frozen and main water line leaking only bc its still frozen. Haven't made it to the last location due to bad roads.
Mostly yes in central Texas. A lot of washes don't even have heat in the room, even then only minimal, usually electric. A lot of people lost electric, water, and gas, and the roads were undrivable. I thought I was well prepared, I blew out the lines and shut off power to the bays, but by the time they were forecasting the lows around 5 degrees and warning about rolling blackouts I had no way to get to the wash to do more.What is the standard freeze protection setup on washes in Texas? Is it just weep?
I think it's just weep, shut doors & turn on little heaters. Man, this thing had me scared $hitless. We even put multiple heaters in there. Not sure if that's gonne help...I am not from Texas but I know a few wash owners in Texas and have not heard anything great. The picture I posted was circulating on the web.
During the recent weather, one of our washes lost its trough heat and multiple self serve bays froze when the temp dropped to -12.
What is the standard freeze protection setup on washes in Texas? Is it just weep?
Ice is a vicious Bitch...