I know when I worked for a utility in Illinois, it was their rule they would not shut off when there were freezing temperatures. My in-laws have a disconnect notice and say they don't need to worry about it because they "aren't allowed" to shut off in winter here. I've been looking, but I can't find anything one way the other for water service in IN. (and they'll be wanting to use our launrdy and shower until it's fixed) I don't have the money to help them, but if they don't do something their pipes will probably freeze later this week if they are shut off. Does anyone know for SURE (link would be preferred)?Answer Question
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