Homeowners are more concerned than ever with the quality of the water that enters their plumbing. Even with the best municipal water treatment plants removing harmful chemicals from the water, contaminants such as heavy metals, minerals, and pesticides can enter freshwater pipes through ground water seepage. The water that comes in your home could be filled with unwanted pollutants that create health problems for your family and issues for the plumbing.
There isn’t a single type of water filter or purifier that will solve all water quality issues. To find out the right type of water treatment system to meet your home’s needs, schedule water testing with our team. We can then help you select from some of these options:
- Water Softener: If the problem with your water is that it has an excessive amount of magnesium or calcium minerals (i.e. “hard water”) then the best solution is installing a water softener. This treatment system counteracts the hard water minerals with sodium ions. Softer water means plumbing that’s in better shape, and a longer service life for your appliances—especially your water heater.
- Standard Water Filters: A whole-house water filtration system is a good solution for stopping larger particles from entering the freshwater plumbing. These whole-house systems are far more effective than point-of-use filters that attach to individual faucets.
- Water Purifiers: These systems target smaller particles, such as bacteria and viruses, and like a whole-house filter, they take care of all the freshwater lines in a home.
- Reverse Osmosis Systems: This is one of the most powerful of all water treatment systems. Using a pressure differential, a reverse osmosis system forces contaminant-filled water through a porous membrane that can remove some of the most minute pollutants.
We have a water treatment system that will fix your home’s water quality woes! Let us handle the testing and then the installations that will give you pure, clean water.
Contact Ken Neyer Plumbing, Inc. for water treatment systems in Downtown Cincinnati and the Greater Cincinnati Area.