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Weather forecasters are expecting a HARD FREEZE to reach the Houston area Thursday Morning.  

A strong Arctic cold front will sweep across Texas Thursday and bring windy weather and a quick drop in temperatures Thursday evening. Freezing temperatures are likely Thursday night. The very cold weather will continue through Christmas. (ABC13 Weather)

Ice and Snow are not likely with this winter storm but as always be cautions

with roads and walkways. It is always smart to take the needed precautions.

 

For possible power outages,

please check CenterPoint Outage Website for information and updates.

 

Please read below for instructions and tips

to prepare your apartment for freezing weather.

PROPERTY RELATED EMERGENCIES

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832-535-2417  Call 911 FOR LIFE THREATENING EMERGENCIES

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Apartment for a Freeze

PREPPING YOUR

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Watch Local Weather and take the following precautions on days temperatures are expected to be below 32 degrees.

Our maintenance team began last week preparing our properties for the low temperatures.

Here are a few extra precautions you can take in your apartment.

  • Leave indoor water faucets on a slow drip.

    • Remember, just a slow drip will do. There’s no need for a steady stream of water, which can get expensive. Keeping some circulation of water in your pipes will help prevent them from freezing. 

  • Open cabinet doors under sinks

    • Opening your cabinet doors allows for warm air to circulate around water lines.

  • Keep your heat on, to 65 degrees or warmer

    • Even if you go out of town, keep your heat running to keep your apartment warmer than the freezing weather outside.

  • Make sure all pets are inside

    • In freezing temperatures, make sure your furry friends are warm and inside

  • Reverse your fan

    • Turn your ceiling fans on low in reverse (clockwise when looking up) to  better circulate warm air.

  • Other Helpful Reminders

    • During icy conditions, watch for ice on stairs or dark areas - even if you don't see ice, it may still be present.  When possible, stay inside.

    • Prepare with needed supplies and extra blankets in the event of a power outage.

    • Don't forget your plants outside.

    • Be prepared with tools to scrape ice off your car windows.

    • Purchase freeze resistant windshield wiper fluid and spray it a couple times to circulate the lines.

    • During icy condition, if possible, stay off the roads.  Although the city may implement road safety measures, there will still be patches of ice on the roads and walkways

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FOR POSSIBILITY OF ICE!!  TAKE CAUTION WHEN USING STAIRS & WALKWAYS

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