• Have them winterized. Above 68 degrees should be good.
  • It depends on where your water lines run into the house and how well insulated your house is in general. While you're still living there test different temperatures by setting up a cheap thermometer in your basement and see how much colder it is down there. Obviously you want it to be above freezing but like i said, it's a personal judgement call that you'll have to make based on your house's level of insulation.
  • Turn the water off to the house and drain the pipes, this should prevent freezing.

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