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A Look at Trenchless Water Line Replacement

Replacing the water line that runs underneath your home and out to the road used to be a huge headache for many homeowners. A plumbing company would need to come and dig up your entire yard and, in some cases, the floors of your home in order to replace the water line. With trenchless water line replacement, a plumber in Sacramento can replace your water line without doing any of this.

By using the latest trenchless technology, a plumbing company can replace your water line without doing almost any digging. The trenchless method allows the plumbing company to pull HDPE pipes through your old water line. This means that the company won’t need to dig up your lawn or any driveways or sidewalks you might have. The process is relatively simple and can be done quickly by a company with experience in trenchless water line replacement.

Ace Plumbing, a plumbing and drain cleaning company founded in 1975, can complete any plumbing repair for you and replace your water line using our trenchless system. Contact us today at (916) 455-4548 to learn more about how we can help you with your plumbing problems.

Understanding How Hydro-Jetting Works

If you have a clogged drain in your home, a plumber will usually try to remove it by either plunging your drain or using a plumbing snake to get the clog out. However, there are times when these methods are not effective. When a plumber needs something more powerful to get rid of a clog, he or she will often turn to hydro-jetting. Hydro-jetting is very effective and will typically eliminate a clog from a drain in a matter of just seconds. Here is how a plumber will safely use hydro-jetting.

Step 1: Examining a clogged drain.

When you call a plumber to come to your home to clear a clogged drain, he or she will begin by looking at your plumbing system to try and gauge what is causing the clog. The plumber will also try plunging and snaking your drain to see if that fixes the problem. If it doesn’t, he or she may use a camera to take a closer look at the clog before turning to hydro-jetting.

Step 2: Using hydro-jetting to clear the drain.

Hydro-jetting involves using a high-pressure water stream to remove a clog from a drain. A plumber can use hydro-jetting to remove blockages from the drain and to remove any debris that might be built up on the sides of your plumbing pipes. Additionally, hydro-jetting can be used in certain instances to remove tree roots from the insides of pipes.

Step 3: Making sure the clog is gone from the drain for good.

After hydro-jetting has been used, a plumber should inspect your plumbing pipes again to make sure that the clog in your drain has been removed permanently. He or she should also take a look at the pipes to make sure that they are still in good condition following the clog.

Ace Plumbing can send a plumber in Sacramento to your home today to see if you would benefit from hydro-jetting. You can schedule an appointment for hydro-jetting or drain cleaning by calling (916) 455-4548 to speak with one of our representatives.

Shutting Off Your Water Supply

Leaky pipes can cause a lot of damage in a short amount of time, so you should call a plumber right away if you suspect a leak in your home’s plumbing. You should also shut off the angle stop closest to your plumbing pipes in case of an emergency to stop water from flowing into the part of your plumbing system that is leaking. This will prevent further damage while you wait for a plumber in Sacramento.

Watch this video to see how to shut off your water supply if you are ever faced with a plumbing emergency. In just a few seconds, you can stop water from flowing through your plumbing pipes and eliminate the dangers associated with having a leak in your home.

Do you need assistance from an emergency plumber? Call Ace Plumbing at (916) 455-4548 at any time of the day for plumbing help or to learn about our drain cleaning services.

A Look at How to Maintain Your Bathroom Plumbing

Do you want to avoid the need for costly bathroom plumbing repairs in the future? There’s no way to eliminate the risk associated with using your plumbing completely, but you can take steps to maintain the plumbing in your bathroom. By doing some very basic maintenance, you can keep your plumbing pipes clear and help everything in your bathroom to work the way it should. You won’t need to worry about plumbing if you use these tips.

Run Hot Water Down Your Drains Once Every Week

Every time you use the sink or shower in your bathroom, things like soap scum and hair will go down your drains. Ideally, they will get washed away with your wastewater, but over time, they will get stuck in your drains and cause clogs to take place if you aren’t careful. To avoid this scenario, you should run your hot water for a few minutes at least once every week. It will flush most of these things away and keep your pipes clear.

Resist the Urge to Throw Foreign Objects Into Your Toilet

The only things you should flush down your toilet are waste and toilet paper. Some homeowners flush paper towels, cotton balls, sanitary products, and other items down their toilets and then are surprised when they need toilet repair in the future. Your toilet is incapable of flushing anything other than waste and toilet paper away, so keep other foreign objects out of it. If you fail to do this, you will definitely need to have drain cleaning done in your home.

Repair Leaky Faucets and Pipes As Quickly As Possible

Tiny leaks can turn into huge leaks if you aren’t careful. At the first sign of any plumbing trouble in your bathroom, you should call a plumber immediately. He or she will be able to stop a small problem from turning into a big problem that costs you thousands of dollars.

Ace Plumbing can fix any problem that you are having with your bathroom plumbing in Sacramento. Call us today at (916) 455-4548 and we will send a plumber to your home.

Troubleshooting Common Toilet Problems

If your toilet is not working properly and you cannot fix the problem yourself, you should consult a plumbing service specializing in toilet repair. However, even if you are not a qualified plumber, there are some minor issues which you may be able to repair without needing to call out a professional plumbing company.

Water is Dripping or Trickling into the Bowl or Tank

If you can hear the toilet beginning to refill on its own, without having been flushed, you probably have a problem with the flapper or flapper seat. Plumbers call this phenomenon a ‘phantom flush’. It is caused by water gradually leaking from the tank into the bowl. To fix it, drain both the tank and bowl. Then clean the flapper seat or replace the flapper itself if it has become worn. If your toilet is making a hissing sound, water is probably leaking from the supply line into the tank. Make sure the float is mobile and correctly positioned. Next, check that the refill tube has been inserted no deeper than one-fourth inch below the rim of the overflow tube. If neither solution works, replace the inlet-valve or ballcock assembly.

Bowl Empties Slowly

If your toilet empties slowly, the holes beneath the rim of the bowl or the siphon jets may have become clogged. Carefully use a coat hanger or other sharp object to clear the holes of any debris. You can use a mirror to obtain a better view beneath the toilet rim.

Toilet Is Clogged

If your toilet is clogged, you will need a force cup plunger. Employ a vigorous pumping action to unblock the toilet. If you have a more stubborn blockage, a closet augur may help. Push the rotor downward, turning the handle as you do so.

At Ace Plumbing, we are here to help you with all your plumbing repair and drain cleaning needs. Our trained professionals are available 24 hours a day. Don’t hesitate to contact us. For more information about our plumbers in Sacramento, visit our website or call us at (916) 455-4548.

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