With the cold weather comes the chance for frozen pipes. That means busy plumbers.
It's a dirty job, but Brian Boscaino does it.
The Roto-Rooter foreman spent Tuesday out of the winter storm, but dealing with another kind of wintry mess.
Boscaino said tree roots can wreak havoc on sewage pipes this time of year.
"Cold weather, the roots really go nuts. They start growing," he explained, "usually right in someone's sewer line, unfortunately."
Maybe unfortunately for the home or business owner, but it's great for any plumber.
One of Boscaino's stops took him to the Old Mill Tasty Shop. "I'm surprised they got here this quick," said Manny Miller from behind the counter.
After today, your plumber may not make it over as quickly. With temperatures dropping, Boscaino expects to be on more calls, for another plumbing problem.