1. Is a Sewer Line Inspection Necessary?

    We understand that it’s not a pleasant topic to read about, but the more you know about your sewer, the better you’ll be able to protect it from problems and potentially really expensive repairs. And the older your home is, the more important it is to have regular sewer inspections. Even though you may not think about your sewer system on a regular basis, it is still a system that is in use ev…Read More

  2. Common Plumbing Nightmares, Part 1

    Of all the kinds of nightmares out there, plumbing nightmares might just be the scariest and stinkiest of them all. A single plumbing issue can turn into a costly nightmare very quickly, so it’s important to understand common plumbing mishaps before they happen. Here’s part 1 of our series on plumbing nightmares, and how to handle these treacherous plumbing situations. A Clogged Drain A small …Read More

  3. ETERNAL ADVANCED HYBRID WATER HEATING – GU195S

      COMPANY HISTORY   PASSION FOR FIRE Grand Hall USA began decades ago to enhance everyday life with gas products that are uniquely styled, sustainably efficient, and performance oriented. The company believes in acting locally to better serve their customers. Investing in that philosophy, Grand Hall USA opened its doors in Dallas, Texas in 1985 and moved to a new 200,000 square foot fa…Read More

  4. Trenchless Vs. Traditional Sewer Repair

    Experts say that it is a good idea to inspect a sewer line with a camera before you purchase a home. The last thing you want is to have a $3,000 to $5,000 sewer problem right when you move in. Cities around the nation have began requiring a camera inspection before selling a home, but this practice is not widespread.   Even if you have lived in your home for years, it’s worth hiring a p…Read More

  5. Backflow Prevention

    Backflow is the undesirable reversal of the flow of water from its intended direction in any pipeline or plumbing system. Backflow is dangerous because it can allow drinking water in plumbing to become contaminated and unusable.   Backflow preventers are mechanical plumbing devices installed in a plumbing system to prevent water from flowing backward in the system. A properly installed, teste…Read More

  6. COMPONENTS AND FUNCTIONS OF SUMP PUMPS

    If you live in a building constructed according to federal laws, your house will already have a sump pump at the lowest point of the basement for water to collect. The sump is meant to hold a sump pump, which will drain out water from your basement to an acceptable external drainage.   Here are some reasons why you should have a sump pump installed in your basement and what could happen if wa…Read More

  7. Navien® Tankless Water Heaters

    The Leader in Condensing Tankless Technology In 2006, Navien, Inc. was established to open new markets in the United States and Canada for parent company KD Navien. Navien has since become one of the fastest growing companies in the home comfort sector in North America, providing condensing tankless gas water heaters and condensing combi boilers. Navien's products possess state-of-the-art technolo…Read More

  8. ZOELLER® SUBMERSIBLE SUMP PUMP M53

    Spring is here and the coming rains need to be pumped out of the basement as fast as it enters. The reliability of a good pump is necessary. At Ace Hi Plumbing, Heating & Air, we recommend the Zoeller® model 53. This is a great product that will give you comfort during the middle of a spring rain storm as water flows to the side of your home’s foundation, then straight down into the drain t…Read More

  9. Rinnai Tankless Water Heaters

    Innovative technology that provides an endless supply of hot water whenever and wherever it's needed, even for simultaneous uses at multiple fixtures including: Showers Baths Sinks Clothes washers Dishwashers Rinnai's tankless water heaters are designed for efficiency with technology that features compact copper heat exchangers to provide maximum efficiency and easily meets ENERGY STAR qualificati…Read More

  10. Water Heater Expansion Tanks

    What is an Expansion Tank? A water heater expansion tank is designed to help prevent fluctuations in water pressure and extend the life of a water heater. Fluctuations in water pressure can damage a water heater and water lines in the home's plumbing system. The water heater expansion tank serves as an overflow receptacle by absorbing excess water volume that the water heater creates when heating …Read More