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Dos and Don'ts for Your Septic System

If you’re one of the many homeowners in the Sacramento area with a septic tank, then you know how important proper system maintenance is to preventing damage. If you notice any signs of problems in your system, call a plumber for septic service as soon as possible, before a small issue turns into a major disaster. Keeps these dos and don’ts in mind as well to keep your system in top condition.

Do Know Where Your Septic Tank Is Located

The first step in proper septic system maintenance is actually knowing where your tank is located. Many homeowners find this out the hard way, when something goes wrong with their system. Keep a map of your septic system on hand that you can reference as needed when you have a problem with your tank or when your plumber needs to perform services on your system.

Don’t Create Obstructions for Your System

It’s essential for water to flow freely through your septic system, without any obstructions or pressure on the lines. Avoid planting any kind of trees or shrubbery near the system, as the roots can grow into the lines and cause damage. Likewise, avoid building anything on top of the drain field. Doing so can put pressure on the system and prevent the free flow of water.

Do Think Before You Flush

Inorganic material has no place in your septic system. Never flush paper towels, diapers, or anything other than organic waste and toilet paper designed to break down in the system. If you have a garbage disposal, be vigilant about keeping grease, oils, coffee grounds, and other material that is prone to causing drain clogs out of the system.

If you do experience a problem with your septic system, Ace Plumbing can use video inspection to locate the issue without digging up your yard. When you need septic service in Sacramento, call us at (916) 455-4548 to make an appointment with a plumber for repairs.

Save Time with Trenchless Sewer Repair

Sewer line problems used to be the worst-case scenario for homeowners, but thanks to trenchless technology, this once dreaded repair can be done much faster and much more cost-effectively. If you have a problem with your sewer line, here are some of the ways that trenchless sewer repair can save you time.

One of the biggest benefits of trenchless repairs is that your plumber doesn’t have to dig up your yard. Not only was this process costly, but it was also extremely time-consuming. Trenchless technology lets your plumber identify the issue before beginning work. Fixing the issue is also faster using trenchless tools. In addition, because your landscaping isn’t disrupted during the repair service, you don’t have to devote any time to restoring the excavation area after your plumber is done.

Don’t let issues with your main sewer line cause costly damage. Ace Plumbing can make the repairs you need quickly and efficiently, without disrupting your outdoor space. For more information about trenchless sewer repair in Sacramento, please call (916) 455-4548.

Slab Leak FAQs and Answers

Slab leaks can lead to serious damage to the foundation of your home. If a slab leak occurs, it is important to get plumbing repairs as soon as possible to reduce the risk of significant structural damage. If you have a slab leak or suspect that one could be affecting your home, here are the answers to some questions you are likely to have.

What is a slab leak?

A slab leak is a leak that occurs under the foundation of your home. It can often be difficult to detect, but if you suspect you have a slab leak, you should call your plumber as soon as possible. Over time, a slab leak can cause serious water damage to your foundation, including structural issues, mold growth, and termite infestation. Typically, slab leaks are caused by poor installation, pipe abrasion or corrosion, and shifts in the ground around your home or the foundation itself.

What are some of the signs?

Depending on the size of the leak, the signs may be subtle at first. One common indicator is a sudden increase in your water bill. If your water bill has recently soared, turn off your main water supply and check your water meter. If the dial is running, you have a leak. You may also notice standing water around your home or damp floors. Mold and mildew smells are also common, as is low water pressure. Cracks may appear in your walls or baseboards.

How are slab leaks repaired?

The repairs your plumber will suggest for your slab leak depends on the cause of the leak. Water line leaks and sewer leaks can both be responsible for slab leaks, so your plumber will tailor your repairs to the cause of the leak, whether you need trenchless sewer repair, pipe replacement, or another remedy.

If you suspect you have a slab leak, call Ace Plumbing as soon as possible, so our plumbers in Sacramento can locate the cause and make the appropriate repairs before serious damage occurs. For service, please call (916) 455-4548.

Signs of Plumbing Problems

If you have plumbing problems, taking fast action can help you avoid major water damage. Knowing the signs of plumbing problems will help you know when it’s time to call a plumber.

Watch this video to learn about some common areas where plumbing problems occur, what signs to look for, and some things you can do to lessen the chances of a plumbing issue occurring. For instance, damp spots or discoloration under your sink may mean that you have a leaking pipe.

When you need a plumber in Sacramento, choose Ace Plumbing for the job. We offer comprehensive plumbing repairs for both residential and commercial properties, including emergency plumbing services. To make an appointment for services, call (916) 455-4548.

New Trends in Toilet Technology

When you think of new technology, you might not immediately think of your toilet. However, the tech revolution has definitely reached into the bathroom and has turned the features of the standard toilet upside-down. With the help of your plumber, you can upgrade your bathroom tech and invest in a toilet with new, technologically advanced features. Here are some of the new design perks you can embrace.


When you get up to use the bathroom in the middle of the night, switching on the overhead bathroom light is jarring and makes you feel fully awake, which can then make it hard to fall back to sleep. However, the dark is usually not an option. Now, however, you can get a toilet that has LED lighting integrated into the seat, so you can see where you’re going at night without the need for bright, overhead lights. The LED lighting incorporated into toilet design is often blue, so it is bright enough to provide sufficient illumination without triggering you to become more awake.

Heated Seats

If you live in a cold climate, a freezing toilet seat is something you’ve likely come to dread. Much like your car, however, you can now use a seat heater to warm up the toilet to a more comfortable temperature. Most heaters work with the simple press of a button, but they do need to be attached to an electrical outlet, so they will only work in bathrooms that have an outlet within easy reach of the toilet.

Self-Cleaning Bowls

Although technology hasn’t yet reached the point at which toilets can completely clean themselves, there are toilets that have self-cleaning functions in the bowls. Many pre-spray the bowl before it used so that is stays cleaner for longer. Some bowls are also deodorized now with carbon filters to reduce unpleasant smells.

Are you ready to upgrade your toilet technology? Let the plumbers at Ace Plumbing help you choose and install the best toilet for your home. For help with your plumbing in Sacramento, call (916) 455-4548.

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