Water pressure is a big deal when it comes to showers or when you rinse dishes in the kitchen sink. You need the water pressure to be high enough for your comfort and convenience, but is there such a thing as too much pressure?
Home improvement is a big part of a lot of New Year’s resolutions—whether people realize it or not! If you want to make 2017 simpler and more effective, these 4 plumbing upgrades can help.
Low water pressure is an annoyance that no one wants to put up with for long. It could indicate a number of problems, from a dirty aerator (which is easy to clean) to a leak in your water pipes.
Most commercial kitchens are required by local codes to have a grease trap in place. It’s a drain and sewer installation that requires pumping from time to time (depending on the size of the grease trap and the amount of use it gets).
Small pinhole leaks are common, but a plumber can seal the hole so that you can continue to delay replacing your pipes until they live out their expected lifespans (hopefully around 50-70 years). So how do our plumbers take care of a pinhole leak?
Unfortunately, we are no strangers to earthquakes in California. Scientists remain unsure of when a major earthquake could rock our state again, so it’s important to be as prepared as possible at all times.
In many bathroom plumbing systems, water pours from the bathtub faucet as soon as the water is turned on. But a simple switch or tab should transfer that water over to the shower when you need it.
You’ve probably dealt with your energy bills spiking when it’s extremely hot or very cold because you suddenly need to run your home comfort equipment all of the time.
When the tank of your water heater leaks, you probably need a new system. But is this really the problem with your water heater?
When you own a commercial property, you have a lot of responsibilities. And that means that you may not have the time or resources to check on every part of your property for damage.
If you own a commercial property or if you have a large backflow prevention assembly on your commercial property, you must have the backflow preventer tested each year. Wondering why this service is so important? Learn all about backflow in the following guide, and call us for your annual testing services!
Ace Pelizon Plumbing is here to help with the answers to many of our customers most frequently asked questions about water heaters. Call our team to schedule service or for more information about your water heater if you’re within our service area.
Does it seem like you have to deal with plumbing issues month after month? Do your drains move slowly most of the time? Do they seem to clog back up soon after you’ve removed some minor drain blockage?