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How Trenchless Sewer Repair Can Save You Money

If you need to repair or replace a sewer line, you may be concerned that it will be expensive. In addition, the extensive digging required by traditional sewer line repair can ruin your landscaping and require you to do a lot of work to get your yard back in order. The advantage of trenchless sewer repair is that it allows you to sidestep this process. Trenchless sewer repair works by running a new line through the location of your current line, providing you with an effective replacement. By relieving you of the need to dig up your yard, trenchless sewer repair can spare you a significant expense.

As one of Sacramento’s leading plumbing companies, Ace Plumbing can provide you with trenchless sewer and water line replacement, septic service, hydro-jetting, and a wide range of other plumbing services. We’ve been proudly serving the community for more than four decades. To learn more, call (916) 455-4548.

Purchasing a House? Don't Forget to Schedule a Plumbing Inspection

There are a lot of factors to keep in mind when you’re buying a house, but one of the most important is plumbing. If you don’t have your new home’s plumbing checked out by a professional before you commit to purchasing it, you could end up with an expensive disaster. That’s why it’s so important to schedule a plumbing inspection before you sign on the dotted line. These are some of the tasks your plumbing inspector will perform:

Checking the Plumbing Pipes

The first thing you should find out is how old the pipes in your plumbing system are. Even homes with new-looking plumbing fixtures may turn out to have old, worn-out pipes, which means that you could end up with a plumbing emergency right after you buy your new house.

Checking the Shutoff Valves

If you have a plumbing crisis, it’s essential that you know how to shut off your water. This means that you need to locate all the shutoff valves in your home—and make sure that they’re functioning properly. Your plumbing inspector can check your valves and look for any symptoms of trouble.

Checking the Water Heater

No homeowner wants to have to deal with a chronically malfunctioning water heater. Whether the house has an electric water heater, a natural gas heater, or a tankless water heater, a plumbing inspector can check components such as the pilot light, look for leaky or rusting pipes, and inspect the water connections.

Checking the Fixtures

A water inspector will check and test all of the water-dispensing fixtures in your new home, including the kitchen sink tap, the bathroom sink tap, the bathtub tap and shower head, and all of the toilets. During these checks, your inspector will look for any warning signs, such as low water pressure or slow-draining sinks.

Ace Plumbing has been providing customers in Sacramento with exceptional plumbing services since 1975. We can help you with everything from septic service to trenchless sewer repair. To schedule an appointment, call (916) 455-4548.

Where's My Septic Tank?

If your home has a septic tank, it’s important that you know how to find it. As this video explains, you’ll want to look for the most obvious signs of the tank, such as a rectangular brown patch in your yard. If your property has a basement, that can also help you locate your septic tank. For more tips, watch the full clip.

Are you looking for a dependable plumber in Sacramento? Ace Plumbing offers a comprehensive range of plumbing services, including septic service. We also offer 24-hour emergency service to ensure that you’re never at a loss after hours. When you’re in need of a plumber, call (916) 455-4548.

Do Your New Fixtures Have the WaterSense Label?

Have you ever stopped to think about how much water you use in your household every day? If you’re looking to start saving water at home, one of the best places to begin is by using eco-friendly fixtures in your bathroom. When you’re picking out your new plumbing fixtures, make sure that you’re using products with the WaterSense label.

Why is it so important to save water?

Of all the water on the planet, only a very small percentage of it is available for our use. Every time you turn on a faucet, flush a toilet, or water your lawn, you’re drawing on a limited resource. Much of the water that comes out of our faucets isn’t even used; according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, about 5-10% of American households lose more than 90 gallons of water a day to leaky taps.

What is the WaterSense label?

WaterSense is an EPA-sponsored program that helps consumers identify products that use water efficiently. If a fixture has been WaterSense-certified, it means that it uses at least 20% less water than standard fixtures. Installing WaterSense fixtures in your kitchen, bathroom, and elsewhere in your home can help you significantly curb your water usage.

How can using WaterSense fixtures help save water?

According to the EPA, replacing your current fixtures with WaterSense-labelled products will allow you to save as much as 700 gallons of water annually. Having those fixtures permanently installed in your home ensures that you’ll be able to continue to run an energy-efficient household.

At Ace Plumbing, we can provide you with WaterSense fixtures to help you start using water more efficiently. Our plumbing team can respond to everything from clogged drains and broken garbage disposals to leaking water heaters and broken air conditioners. When you need a dependable plumber in the Sacramento area, call (916) 455-4548 and schedule an appointment.

How Hard Is Your Water?

Hard water contains more magnesium and calcium than it should, which presents problems for your appliances and your efficiency. Knowing how hard your water is helps you take care of your plumbing system, so keep reading and learn how to find out how hard your water is.

What Hard Water Is

Magnesium and calcium aren’t necessarily bad for your water, unless too much of these elements are present in it. Even if you do have too much magnesium and calcium in your water, it still won’t impact your health. However, hard water does come with a handful of drawbacks in terms of your plumbing system. Hard water creates a buildup of scale and leaves it on your appliances as well as the dishes in your dishwasher. It’s more difficult to create soapsuds with hard water than with properly filtered water, which means you must use more soap and ultimately spend more money.

How to Test It

You can test your home or business place for hard water in many ways. You can even gain some insight simply by checking your bills. If your appliances are consuming more energy than usual and driving up your bills, hard water could be the problem. Some people like to use DIY test kits that test for hardness, and others go with the soapsuds test. Soft water lathers much more readily than hard water, so if you can’t get many soapsuds with liquid detergent, hard water could be the culprit.

Impact on Your Water Heater

Although it might not be bad for your health, hard water is bad for the health of your water heater. Hard water can force your hot water heater to do extra work, and over time it may break down. If this happens, you’ll need a good plumber for hot water heater repair.

Hard water puts a strain on your appliances and your plumbing in Sacramento, so call Ace Plumbing at (916) 455-4548 or check out our website to find out how we can help. Our residential and commercial plumbing services are designed to keep your home efficient.

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