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How Do I Improve the Quality of My Water?

Water quality should be on the minds of every homeowner. Even if you get your water from a municipal source, it’s imperative that it be potable and ready for bathing, cooking, cleaning, and drinking. But is yours? Can you trust that it’s actually clean and ready for use? 

It’s impossible to tell without a detailed water test. You cannot rely on taste alone to give you the information you need. Once you have the results back, then you can take action, and there’s no better action than calling a professional plumber to learn more about your water treatment system options:

Water Softener for Hard Water

Hard water is water with high amounts of calcium and magnesium. This mineral content can lead to serious problems with your plumbing over time. While not particularly harmful to you, it can lead to the accumulation of deposits on the interior of your pipes, which may eventually lead to premature repiping–no small expense. A water softener is your best option to avoid this problem completely.

UV Purifier for Biological Contaminants

If you have bacteria or any other biological contaminants in your water supply, then you may want to consider an ultraviolet water purifier. This can be highly effective at eliminating such issues. We can make sure it’s installed correctly and at the right location.

Reverse Osmosis for Everything Else

A reverse osmosis system is one of the most comprehensive ways to clean up your water supply. It works by means of pressurizing your water and sending it through a permeable membrane. It should be installed and cared for by a professional.

Let our team know if you’re experiencing any problems with your water supply, or if you’d like to have it tested. For water treatment system services in Harrison, call Ken Neyer Plumbing, Inc. today!

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