Sign In

    Creating an Efficient Plumbing System

    Last updated 5 days ago

    The best way to reduce your carbon footprint is to minimize your overall waste. One method of doing so is creating a plumbing system that makes better use of the water involved. Watch this video for a look at creating an efficient plumbing system.

    An efficient plumbing system will use the water from your dishwasher, shower, or washing machine and repurpose it rather than send it to the septic tank. This “gray water” is collected in a plumbing system that is separate from your toilet. Although the water is not filtered efficiently enough for human consumption, it can be used for other tasks such as landscape irrigation.

    At Ace Plumbing we are proud to call ourselves Sacramento’s home for plumbing needs. We specialize in drain cleaning, sewer repair, and heating repair. You can find out more about our services by visiting our website or giving us a call at (866) 999-4703.

    A Quick Look at Trenchless Water Line Technology

    Last updated 13 days ago

    As technology advances, virtually every industry is affected. The plumbing industry now benefits from the convenient use of trenchless water line technology. Keep reading for a quick look at trenchless water line technology and how it can benefit your home or business.

    Whereas water line replacement was previously very invasive and often yielded damaged walkways and driveways, trenchless water line technology completes the same procedure without the destruction. Instead of digging up your yard with heavy machinery, trenchless water line technology seeks to replace your water lines in a cleaner way: by pulling new lines through the older ones. This procedure can be done quickly and does not leave the same mess behind as its traditional counterpart. Trenchless water line technology is especially convenient when it comes to replacing water lines that exist under your home.

    For more information about trenchless water line technology, please feel free to call Ace Plumbing at (866) 999-4703. We are a Sacramento based plumbing service that provides sewer and heating repair as well as drain cleaning. Visit our website or stop in and meet with us to find out more about what we can do for you today.

    Choosing New Plumbing Fixtures

    Last updated 20 days ago

    Whether you’re remodeling the entire bathroom or simply replacing old faucets and sinks around your home, new plumbing fixtures can give your home a refreshing new look and feel. New plumbing fixtures may even help you save water and be more productive. If you want to save money and water each month, consider the eco-friendly WaterSense sink faucets and accessories for your bathrooms. Name-brand fixtures provide the most reliable and durable performance, not to mention more designs and finishes to complement your home’s overall décor.

    Ace Plumbing offers plumbing fixtures from all major manufacturers, including Kohler, Toto, Geber, Grohe, Jetta, Noritz, and more. Call us today at (866) 999-4703 and ask about special offers on name-brand plumbing fixtures and installations. We provide fixture repair and installation throughout Sacramento and the surrounding areas. 

    Noticing a Leak in Your Plumbing System

    Last updated 27 days ago

    Left untreated, a plumbing leak can lead to serious water damage and expensive repairs. A plumbing leak can also waste hundreds or even thousands of gallons of water, which means higher water bills each month. If you want to save money and keep your plumbing system in great shape, you need to be proactive about identifying and fixing plumbing leaks. Watch this video for tips on noticing leaks in your plumbing system and what to do if you suspect a leak has developed.

    Call Ace Plumbing of Sacramento if you have a leak in your home. Our plumbers can identify the exact location of a leak and fix it fast, saving you time and money. Call us today at (866) 999-4703 to learn more about our residential and commercial plumbing services in Sacramento

    Debunking Some Common Plumbing Myths

    Last updated 1 month ago

    There are a lot of misconceptions surrounding plumbing. While some of these myths and half-truths are harmless, others can result in serious plumbing problems. For example, it doesn’t hurt to believe that Thomas Crapper invented the toilet (he didn’t), but thinking that liquid drain cleaners dissolve everything may prevent you from hiring the Sacramento plumber you really need to remove a stubborn clog. To help you keep your plumbing in tip-top shape, here is the truth behind some common plumbing myths.

    Myth: Leaky Faucets are No Big Deal

    A few drops of water now and then never hurt anybody, right? Wrong! Even minor leaks can waste hundreds or even thousands of gallons of water every year. Not only will this lead to higher water bills, but it may also lead to water damage depending on the location and extent of the leak. Once a faucet starts dripping, call your plumber to stop the leak and save you money.

    Myth: Lemon Peels Will Make the Garbage Disposal Smell Good

    Though technically not a myth, what people fail to recognize is that lemon peels can clog the drain if it’s not powerful enough to completely cut through the peels. If you want to freshen up your garbage disposal without getting anything stuck, pour some white vinegar down the drain.

    Myth: Flushable Wipes are Flushable

    “Flushable wipes” may be one of the most misleading product names in the world. Flushable wipes don’t biodegrade like toilet paper and can cause serious plumbing problems. If your household has been flushing wipes down the toilet, contact your plumber to inspect your drain lines and clear out any clogs before they cause bigger problems.

    Ace Plumbing has provided complete plumbing and sewer repair services for customers in the Sacramento area. Visit our website to learn more about our plumbing services, or call us toll-free at (866) 999-4703 to schedule service for your home or business. 

  • Hours:

  • 12:00 AM to 11:59 PM Sunday
  • 12:00 AM to 11:59 PM Monday
  • 12:00 AM to 11:59 PM Tuesday
  • 12:00 AM to 11:59 PM Wednesday
  • 12:00 AM to 11:59 PM Thursday
  • 12:00 AM to 11:59 PM Friday
  • 12:00 AM to 11:59 PM Saturday


  • Recent Posts
    • Loading posts... Spinner
  • View All
  • Recent Comments
    • Loading comments... Spinner
  • Popular Tags
    • Loading tags... Spinner