Which Water Treatment System Is Right for Me?
This is the first question that we hear from homeowners concerned with poor water quality. In truth, the question cannot be answered immediately. Judging by the problems that you describe, we’ll have an idea of what you’re up against. We will test your water to figure out precisely what the issue is. Once we have, we can recommend the water treatment system(s) that will most benefit you.
- Water filtration systems are among the most basic and most effective systems for boosting water quality. Unlike the point–of–use filters you can snap onto your faucets, whole–house water filtration systems treat all of the water entering your home. This allows for comprehensive coverage.
- Water softeners are specifically designed for removing hardness from water. This "hardness" is the result of minerals in high concentrations. Generally, a water softener exchanges sodium ions for those that cause hardness. Calcium and magnesium are the typical offenders in hard water.
- Reverse osmosis (RO) systems are incredibly effective in purifying the water supplied by your plumbing system. Using a set of pre–filters, along with a semipermeable membrane, an RO system can remove the vast amount of pollutants and chemicals, giving you bottled–quality water to drink, cook with, and give to your pets.
It doesn’t matter if you’re having a water treatment system installed for the very first time, or if you’re replacing an old system that is no longer functioning properly. Our water quality experts will integrate your equipment into your plumbing system properly.
Get the Most from Your Water Treatment System
Problems with your water treatment system? Are there leaks at any connection point that you can see? Is your water starting to taste off again? Do mineral deposits on your fixtures suggest hard water strikes again? When you notice trouble, schedule water treatment system testing with us as soon as possible.
We can handle your water treatment system maintenance, as well. The maintenance needs of most systems are minimal. However, filters will need to be changed, membranes replaced, and so on. If you are serious about getting the best performance possible from your equipment, call today and schedule professional maintenance service.