The Bonney Blog: Sacramento’s Premier Plumbing, Heating, Air Conditioning and Sewer Blog

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Bonney Plumbing Delivers 5-Star Service to Longtime Bonney Customers

We always appreciate our valued Bonney customers, especially longtime customers like John and Laverne McCumiskey of South Sacramento.  They first met at a big dance hall in Anchorage Alaska. Laverne was on one side of the room, and John was on the other. They were the only ones left without a square dance partner and […]

Five Worst Trees for Your Plumbing System in Sacramento

Sacramento is widely-known as “the City of Trees”. The tree canopy is thick with oak, elm, redbud, sycamores, and many more species that help shade Sacramento and give it the nickname “City of Trees”.  Trees provide many benefits to the greater Sacramento area. Trees cool our homes, streets, and city. Trees also clean the air, […]

Bonney Plumbing and Electrical team up for 5-Star Service in El Dorado County

Bonney Plumbing teamed up with Bonney Electrical for 5-Star Service in the small picturesque town of Somerset in El Dorado County. Valued Bonney customers, Carey and his wife Anna Maria, live on a beautiful countryside where they own 20 acres of Sierra Nevada’s finest wine grapes, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Vigoner & Zinfandel. Carey said, “We’re […]

True Bonney Stories of 5-Star Service!

A valued Bonney customer in Citrus Heights had a major sewer back-up in their mainline. The kitchen sink, washing machine, and toilets were all backing up. That’s when they called Bonney. The first thing our Bonney 5-star certified plumber did was test the laundry line in the garage. He found it was clogged and not […]

Bonney Gives Back in South Sacramento

Bonney Plumbing, Electrical, Heating and Air believes in the importance of community involvement and giving back to the Sacramento region through its philanthropic endeavors. Philanthropic is a fancy way of saying Do Good, Be Kind, and Help People. For over 40 years Bonney has been doing good, being kind, and giving back to the local […]

When Is It Time to Replace Power Outlets?

Electrical outlets are all too easy to overlook despite their usefulness in our everyday lives. If you are like most people, you only think about them when they’re not working. Watch out for these signs that your outlet is in bad condition. Eight Signs It Is Time to Replace Your Outlets The Outlet Is Not […]

Best Ways to Improve Your Home’s Indoor Air Quality

There’s a host of different air cleaners and filters designed to improve indoor air quality for those suffering from respiratory ailments like asthma and allergies. With so many options available, it can be difficult to tell which one is best for your home. This guide illustrates the effectiveness of each option so you can make […]

5 Household Problems That Require an Electrician

If you have ever gone without electricity for an extended period, you understand how necessary it is for daily activities. Watching television, keeping food cool in the refrigerator and charging our phones – just to name a few common niceties of modern life – would be impossible without electricity. That is why it is important […]

Can Upgrading Your A/C Unit Increase Energy Efficiency?

The short answer is yes – upgrading to a new A/C unit could increase the efficiency of your home and lower energy costs. However, it’s not as simple as choosing any unit at random. Understanding the Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) is one of the most important aspects of choosing a new HVAC system for […]

Bonney Saves the Day for a Local Army Veteran in Need

Bonney recently performed a good deed for a local Iraqi War veteran in Sacramento because Bonney cares…especially about our U.S. Veterans. We received word that a local Army veteran was down on her luck and suffering from the brutal heat in Sacramento. Her air conditioner, which was older than dirt, would just run and run and run, […]