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    How Often Should You Change Your AC Filter?

    Last updated 7 months ago

    Dust, pollen, and other debris can enter your air conditioner through its air intake. An HVAC filter traps these particles before they can clog your air conditioner and affect the quality of your indoor air. The frequency with which you change your filter depends upon a number of factors. Most filters should be changed every 30-60 days, but an air filter can last up to six to 12 months in a home with a single occupant and no animals. One filter can also last about a year in a vacation home as well. If you have an average family of three to four and no pets, change the filter every 90 days. If you have a pet, change your filter every two months. In cases of multiple pets or a family member with asthma or allergies, change your HVAC filter every month for improved air quality.

    Are you interested in improving the air quality in your Sacramento home? Ace Plumbing provides heating and cooling services in addition to plumbing, drain cleaning, and sewer repair. Call us today at (866) 999-4703 or visit us on the web to learn more. 


    A Homeowner's Guide to Indoor Air Quality

    Last updated 8 months ago

    Indoor air quality can affect your health, your sleep, and even how often you clean your home. Today’s homes are tightly sealed against the outside climate for maximum heating and cooling efficiency, but this means indoor air can become more polluted than outside air. Maintaining your HVAC system and knowing where indoor pollution arises can help you keep your home clean, safe, and comfortable.

    Sources of Poor Indoor Air Quality
    Poor indoor air quality may arise from any number of sources. Pollutants and allergens may be natural or manmade in nature. Common indoor allergens include animal dander, dust mites, mold spores, and pollen that enters through doors, windows, or on clothing. Cleaning chemicals, paints, glues, and even certain building materials such as flooring or ceiling tiles release chemicals called VOCs, or volatile organic compounds, into the air. Because your home is tightly sealed against the elements, limited air exchange with the outdoors means these pollutants continue to circulate through your home every time you use your heater or air conditioner.

    Solutions for Poor Indoor Air Quality
    One of the easiest ways to improve indoor air quality is changing your furnace filter regularly. There are a variety of furnace filters available, ranging from filters designed to trap the largest dust motes to those that remove smaller particles from the air. Regular HVAC maintenance will keep your air conditioner and heater clean, removing dust that can be circulated through your home when these systems move air. Whole-house air cleaners can be installed in your HVAC system or purchased as standalone units to remove additional allergens and pollutants for cleaner air. Using environmentally-friendly and VOC-free cleaners, paints, and other products will minimize your indoor exposure to VOCs.

    In addition to a full range of plumbing services, Ace Plumbing is pleased to offer HVAC maintenance, repair, and installation in Sacramento. We can help you take the steps needed to improve your indoor air quality for easier breathing all year long. Click on our website or call (866) 999-4703 to contact a plumber or HVAC technician today.

    "Their Logo Says It All - Hire the Best, Hire an Ace!"

    Last updated 8 months ago

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    • Got up this morning--heard the a/c running but no cold air coming out & the temp was already at 84--ugh-- called Ace & was told someone could be out between noon & 2 pm -- I asked if Dennis was working today & he was -- so asked if Dennis could come out as he does our tune-ups for Spring & Fall. He solved the problem in no... More

      Karen C.

    Essential Qualities to Look for When Choosing a Professional Plumber

    Last updated 8 months ago

    Plumbing issues may be stressful, but choosing the right plumber to solve the problem doesn’t need to be as well. Knowing the right qualities to look for in your plumber will make selection easier whether you need repairs, maintenance, or advice. Keep reading to learn more about what to look for when you need to hire a plumber for your home.

    State Licensing
    Check that your plumber has the proper licenses to perform work in your state. Unlicensed plumbers can do more harm than good, even putting your family or your home at risk if work is not completed properly. A fully-licensed plumber understands the safety requirements in your area and has been certified by the state to carry out repairs, replacement, and maintenance.

    Make sure your plumber has insurance to cover his staff while on the job. Any plumber you hire should carry both workman’s compensation and general liability to ensure you aren’t held responsible for any accidents or damage that occur on your property.

    You want to know that your plumber has the experience to handle your needs. Ask potential plumbers about previous work they have done, especially if you are hiring for a large project such as a home renovation or sewer repair. Not all plumbers specialize in every aspect of the craft, so choose a plumber who has the experience in the areas you need.

    Choosing a plumber with a good reputation means you will receive the quality of service you deserve. Check online or among friends for recommendations in your area. Ask potential plumbers for references you can contact to ask about their experiences as well. A good plumber will be happy to provide you with the resources you need to make the right choice.

    At Ace Plumbing, our plumbers offer the highest quality of service 24 hours a day to meet your needs in Sacramento. Call us today at (866) 999-4703 to learn more about our complete range of services, including sewer repair, heating, and cooling. Visit us on the web for more helpful plumbing tips.

    Five Star Review for Dennis and Ace Plumbing Heating & Air!

    Last updated 8 months ago

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    • We have had a few air conditioning problems receintly, which were all handled by Dennis at Ace Plumbing. Dennis in every occurance did a wonderful job in correcting the problem. He has always been very pleasant, and has explained what he is about to do clearly each time. I have learned a lot about air conditioning from Dennis as he explained... More
      Bob P

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