• Drain Cleaning

    • How can you afford to charge $89 to unclog any drain in my home?
      AC Plumbing Construction specializes in drain and sewer cleaning. No overhead means low costs. Everyone wins!
    • Is the $89 an hourly rate?
      $89 is the total charge, taxes included.
    • What kind of tools do you use?
      We have all the industrial machines, tools, and experience necessary to do the job quickly and professionally.
    • Do you charge extra if you need to get on the roof to unclog a drain from the vent pipe?
      No extra charge, you only pay $40.00
    • What if the clog returns after you leave?
      We are proud to inform you that our record for recalls is minimal, maybe 1 or 2 percent. If the clog returns, we will be happy to return and work the clog. However, this may be a sign of hidden damage to the drain or sewer pipe. We offer additional plumbing services such as pipe repair and replacement. We also have a digital sewer camera for close inspection.
    • Do you offer other plumbing services?
      Yes. Same quality work, at an affordable price.
    • Do you offer a guarantee?
      We are confident in our work and we will offer a 20-day guarantee on pipes that show no damage.
    • What if additional work is necessary to unclog the pipe?
      In extreme cases, additional work may be necessary. We will address this on a case-by-case basis. But be assured, our prices cannot be beat.
    • What if I have an additional drain that needs to be cleaned during the same service call? Do I need to pay an additional $89?
      You pay $89 for each drain we clean.
    • What if the toilet needs to be removed in order to work the clog?
      Depending on the location of the clog, removing the toilet may be necessary. In this case we have an extra charge because we include the new hardware such as new wax ring, bolts and shims if needed.
  • Hydro Jetting

    • Wear proper gloves and attire.
      Cabling gloves are particularly made in order not to bind up in the spinning cable. For this reason alone don’t use cloth gloves. Since loose apparel is just hurting to get wrapped up, also, it’s also been banned when snaking drains within Carlsbad CA. Also, to wear a back brace and goggles seem to be a good idea, friend. Keep it nonviolent.
    • Keep the machine close to the opening as much as you can.
      Having long dimensions of cable between the sewer and the machine opening writhing like a cobra can be said to be a fool’s game. Shorter lengths are very easy to control, most especially when the cable head- gets bound up in a number of nasty roots.
    • Let's say the cutter head becomes tied up, then you'd have to take it easy.
      We are talking about simple physics here, my friends. When the cable spins and the head is still, there’s a LOT OF pressure building up. It becomes torqued up. The cable wants to discharge this tension. You are causing too much pressure and the shit’s going to hit the fan, right? The snake could snap and harm you, it could come screaming out of the sewer pipe (and harm you), it can curl around your subtle fingers (again, harming you).​Get the point? If the cable begins to bind up, let off the pedal, back it a hair and go at it again.or contact www.acplumbingconstructioninc.com
    • Is the cable trapped? Uh-oh, but it is not the end of the universe.
      Most machines have Spin Left and Spin Right selections. This could assist in freeing up a cable head that becomes stuck. But, for the ones that have Reverse and forward, do not make use of Reverse. It is dangerous. There’s a good chance of utilizing Reverse for a long period and having the cable fly out of the opening to take aim at you (does it sound familiar?). You’re going to manually pull it. If that does not work, then your only alternative will be to cut the pipe and undergo a repair.
    • Do not force the cable into the opening.
      It’s not all drains and sewer pipes that are going to mystically open up for you. You have no clue as to what is going on down there. Maybe the roots have totally taken over or the drain line has collapsed. If the snake tries to fight too hard, the sewer pipe will cry out for help and perhaps it needs to be fixed. Here’s a link to a video, I hope it helps you out.
  • Low Water Pressure

    • Pipeline Rust
      Corroded pipes limit water-flow and therefore decrease pressure of water.
    • Shared main water distribution pipe
      A shared main water distribution pipe may cause low-water-pressure. Residences sharing the incoming water supply pipe might undergo water-pressure-fluctuations – insufficient water pressure when every person employs water at the same time or elevated pressure of water on off peak spells.The ground water of some houses and some households in the area will have low water pressure or a lack of supply due to the Burst water main problems In And around the city of carlsbad california. “Our teams are out on site now and will work around the clock to get this Burst water main Fixed.
    • Water leaks
      Bust pipes, concrete slab leaks or water leaks minimize pressure of water. Clues of water seepage comprise of high water bills, wet patches and low-water-pressure. Check the water meter for water leaks. Record the numbers shown on the meter. Come back to inspect the water meter subsequent to a couple of hours of not using water. Diverse figures point out a water leak in and around the residence. Get leak detection before any harm occurs.
    • Bearings
      Pressure of water may be affected by the height of a property in relation to more buildings. A premises positioned on the top of a hill may receive poor or low water pressure in comparison to a house positioned at the foot of the hill.
  • Leaks

    • Excessive Water Pressure
      Sometimes, your plumbing system may be under too much pressure than it can handle, causing them to spring a leak on weak joints.
    • Pump Cracks & Bursts
      Pipes can also inevitably develop some cracking due to excess external pressure. These cracks can be an escape route for water.
    • Corrosion
      If your plumbing network has been in place for several years, they can experience corrosion that may lead to a leak as well. Corrosion in the valve seat of your faucet can also lead to leaky faucets. Corrosion can be caused by pH in the water, dissolved chemicals in water, wear and tear due to water pressure and velocity, fluctuating water temperatures, and oxidation effects.
  • Noisy Pipes

    • Water Hammer
      In case you overhear earsplitting hammering subsequent to closing water-flow, this is a water hammer trouble that happens when water smashes into a closed valve subsequent to advancing down a pipe at high velocity. Not fixed, the repeated collisions damage piping and fittings. Air cushions are inserted into specific segments to suck in the energy of water, and avoid water from crushing into the shut off control device. Hammering sounds imply that oxygen has escaped. Emptying water from the pipelines ought to refill air cushions. Turn off the shutoff at the water meter. Turn on lowermost taps in and around the property to wash out the network.
    • Cracking
      Snapping sounds come with the expansion and contraction of copper water lines that distribute hot water around the home.
    • Knocking
      As soon as you hear your piping rattling or shaking each time water is shooting through, most likely they are loosely attached. Water pressure shooting through loosely attached pipelines causes them to vibrate against the wall, creating the clattering sound. Secure the pipeline in position or insulate the pipeline to halt the knocking sound.
    • Shrieking
      Once water flows in a limited zone of the pipe a whistling or shrieking sound is created. This is generally triggered by deposit bulks, or a defective washer or valve. If whistling takes place anytime you switch on a specific faucet, replace the washer or valve to repair the problem. If shrieking takes place when any tap is turned on, the clog might be positioned in the central water-supply control device. If you can, regulate water velocity, nevertheless if the whistling noise carries on, summon AC Plumbing to replace the actual regulator.
  • Water Heater

    • Size
      A thing to note here is that you have tankless hot water heaters that are suitable for the entire home and you also have smaller ones that don’t need that much space. You just need to figure out how many fixtures will require hot water and based on that you will be able to get the unit you need.
    • Fuel
      There are some models that operate on fuel, while others are usable with gas or electricity. All of these are ok, you just need to check what you need. Gas models might seem to be dangerous as they have venting issues and they still require electricity to operate. On the other hand, the electric version will need you to check things like amperage and voltage to ensure that everything is running properly.
    • Location
      People that live in the Carlsbad region will have to deal with colder water. As a result, the heater will indeed have to work harder as the flow and speed of that water, even its temperature, will affect the heating process.
    • Flow
      It’s always a good idea to calculate the amount of water gallons per minute that you need. Water usage calculations are necessary because you want a unit which can deliver a very good flow to begin with. The kitchen might require more water than the bathroom, so make sure that all your home receives the necessary water flow.​
    • Rebates
      There are some models that are delivering incentives and you can enjoy some great state tax credits from them. See which ones offer that, check if they cope with your requirements an dthen you are good to go. See the return on investment