1. Common Basement Plumbing Problems

    Many new homes (and older homes as well) in Colorado are sold with an unfinished basement, which is quite appealing to homeowners. Now, they can have the man cave they’ve always wanted, the extra bedroom in the basement for a teenager to have “alone” time, or the perfect gym layout you’ve always dreamed of. An unfinished basement offers up a lot of potential that lights up homeowners eyes.…Read More

  2. How Your Garbage Disposal Affects Your Kitchen Plumbing

    A garbage disposal is one of the best inventions in our kitchens. It makes clean up after meals a snap. You simply rinse your dishes, including uneaten food and food bits, down the drain, hit the garbage disposal, and everything is whisked away without you ever having to think about it again. But did you know that what you do put down your kitchen drain can affect your plumbing? Ace Hi Plumbing of…Read More

  3. Tree Roots and Your Sewer System

    Trees are a beautiful part of any landscape, they provide shade, a home for birds and critters, and the foliage creates an impressive scene in the fall. But there’s one aspect of trees that can be incredibly damaging and harmful for your home — its roots. Large trees, even when they are located a good distance away from the home, have roots that spread up to one-half to three times wider than …Read More

  4. Sump Pump Maintenance

    There are several things in the home that don’t cross homeowners minds until there is a problem — the roof, the foundation, the water heater, etc. Another common system that gets overlooked is the sump pump. Not all Front Range homes have a sump pump, and even in those that do, it isn’t always needed regularly, making it even harder to make it a habit of maintaining it. If you do have a sump…Read More

  5. New AC Standards in 2020

    The weather along the Front Range has been coasting around 60 degrees during the day for a week or two, which means that homeowners can almost go without having their heating or air conditioning turned on. A significant benefit of warm spring weather is seeing lower energy bills in the mail, but a side effect of this is that it gets us (or least the EPA) thinking about how to make HVAC systems mor…Read More

  6. Types of Furnace Filters

    HVAC companies are always talking about how important it is to change your furnace filter every three month or so, but they never say anything about what type of filter you should be using. When you stop by your local hardware store for new filters, you’ll find various options, each with their own list of benefits and specific features — but which one is best for your home? Here is a brief bre…Read More

  7. Heating Safety Tips

    The weather is finally starting to warm up in Northern Colorado, but there’s a good chance that there will be one or two more snow falls this season. If your heat is still turned on or you still have space heaters plugged in, it’s important to understand some basic safety steps to prevent any accidents from occurring. At Ace Hi Plumbing, Heating & Air, our expert HVAC technicians will glad…Read More

  8. Keeping Your Furnace Running

    Keeping your furnace running at its peak performance is very important to most homeowners. Make sure you schedule yearly inspections for furnace maintenance and air conditioning with a licensed HVAC professional. They have the knowledge and the tools to get the job done right. You can be sure that the team at Ace Hi is prompt, courteous, and professional. Change your furnace filter often. Change …Read More

  9. Common Air Conditioning Component Failures

    It’s common to hear from our customers that they don’t think about their air conditioner until they need it most. That’s usually when their AC unit goes out during a hot Colorado summer day. At Ace Hi, we don’t want you to suffer while inside your home—especially if it could lead to a heat stroke. We also understand that not everyone is as passionate about air conditioning maintenance in…Read More

  10. 7 Signs You Need A Sewer Line Repair

    Do you have a sewage backup? Do you have an unpleasant odor in your home or business? It may be time for a sewer line repair or drain cleaning. If you notice any of the seven signs in this blog post in your home or business, you most likely have a sewer line issue. It’s not enough to wait and hope the clog goes away on its own. You want to act immediately before the toxic waste flooding your hom…Read More