On the off chance that a pipe freezes, turn off the mains water supply at the stop valve inside your home. In the event that the frozen pipe keeps running from a water storage tank and is not controlled by a valve, check that it hasn't split. On the off chance that it has, empty the cold water storage by opening the cold water taps and flushing the WC. If you know how to, you could siphon the water from the storage tank with a hose pipe, then call us for assistance. If the pipe hasn't split thaw it with warm water.
If any of your central heating pipework freezes there could be a risk of explosion if the boiler (or another heating appliance) is kept lit, so guarantee it is turned off. If you have a solid system ensure you extinguish the flame. Mind of the fact that water may be coming out of taps, but different parts of the system may still be frozen.
Try not to attempt to defrost it too rapidly as there may be parts in the pipe which are not instantly observable.
Never use naked flames to thaw frozen pipework
Continuously begin defrosting a pipe toward the end closest the tap.