Ace Pelizon Plumbing Blog

How to Tell that You Have a Sewage Leak

April 25th, 2016

It’s one of the most difficult things anyone has to deal with on their property if they own their home. A sewage leak is certainly no small problem. It presents a health hazard for your family members and really for anyone around your property. It can take quite a while to diagnose and fix, and your yard may suffer damage in the process (though, a lot less so if you use a plumber who uses trenchless technology). Continue Reading

How to Boost Water Pressure in Your Home

April 18th, 2016

Showering and washing dishes are two tasks that are rather unproductive if you have poor water pressure. Sometimes, a water pressure issue is only present in a single showerhead or faucet. Other times, it’s the entire plumbing system that’s affected. If the problem comes up suddenly, it’s most likely a piping issue that you should get checked out ASAP. But if your home’s plumbing system has new pipes, there are a couple of things you can try.  Continue Reading

How to Clean Lime Scale from Plumbing Fixtures

April 11th, 2016

Lime scale is a term to describe the mineral deposits that form on plumbing fixtures as water evaporates. If you’ve got “hard water,” you’re probably used to seeing these deposits on faucets, around drains, or even in your coffee maker. White or yellowish stains make your plumbing fixtures look worn down quickly, but we’ve got some advice on how to clean up these tough stains. Continue Reading

What You Should Do When a Pipe Bursts on Your Property

April 4th, 2016

Plumbing issues, particularly burst pipes, account for a significant portion of homeowners’ insurance claims and repair costs. If the mess from a burst pipe isn’t cleaned up properly, it can cause serious damage to your home and your possessions, not to mention your health. If a pipe does burst on your property, it may seem like an uncontrollable situation. However, there are steps you can take to minimize the damage and the hassle. Continue Reading

3 Plumbing Installations That Can Improve Your Home

March 28th, 2016

Spring is the time for home improvement and spring cleaning, and one area of your home that may be in need of some attention is your plumbing system. Your plumbing system can make cleaning easier or it can be a deterrent to your spring cleaning and home improvement activities. Call a plumber today to get these upgrades. Continue Reading

You Don’t Have to Go without a Garbage Disposal

March 21st, 2016

You’ve gone this long without a garbage disposal, and so far, you haven’t run into too many major problems. Sure, there’s the occasional drain clog. Sometimes, chunks of food travel down the drain as you empty out the drain cover to dump food scraps in the trash. And drain covers certainly are not the most convenient methods of throwing out food waste. Continue Reading

What to Do about Smelly Drains

March 14th, 2016

There are a number of reasons your drains may smell. For example, if your shower drain is the culprit, the smell could be caused by stray hairs and other debris getting mixed in with soap scum to create a clog. Or, if the smell is coming from your kitchen sink, the offending smell could be due to decomposing food stuck in your garbage disposal. Whatever the cause, bad odors permeating through your home affect the overall atmosphere. So, what can you do about it? Continue Reading

Beware of Drain Cleaning Prices that Seem Too Good to Be True

March 7th, 2016

Some people choose a plumbing company based solely on pricing, calling around from plumber to plumber to find the lowest cost for the service they need. Unfortunately, this method of choosing a contractor could actually cost you a lot more than you might think. Continue Reading

How to Adjust Your Water Pressure

February 29th, 2016

The water pressure in your home can make washing up more efficient, or it can turn showering into an annoyance. It can get in the way of your comfort or it can help you to relax. That’s why so many homeowners want the ability to control their water pressure. Good water pressure is highly sought after. Unfortunately, it’s not always easy to increase or decrease it in your home. Learn more about changing your water pressure, and why low levels may mean an urgent problem, below! Continue Reading

How to Tell If Your Pipes Are Wearing Out

February 22nd, 2016

We recommend to homeowners that, if possible, they replace their pipes well before they break apart, allowing water leaks on the property. You don’t want to spend thousands of dollars renovating a home struck with water damage. And you also don’t want to have to deal with the time and hassle of repairing or replacing a piping system when you are not prepared to. Continue Reading