General Residential Plumbing

Understanding the Plumbing in Your Home

There are many places in your home that have plumbing that may not be the first to come to mind. You have your typical plumbing areas such as kitchens and bathrooms, but there is also plumbing involved in your laundry room. For all the places that have plumbing in your home, they can all benefit from a whole home water filtration system! Our company is dedicated to bringing the best services at a budget-friendly price to all of our customers!

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    Benefits of Water Filtration for Home Plumbing

    A water filtration system is beneficial to your home for more than just good drinking water. Having a whole home water filtration system can be very beneficial to your home plumbing. Filtration systems deliver cleaner water that is beneficial for drinking, cleaning, cooking, and more!
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    Kitchen Plumbing

    The plumbing in your kitchen can benefit from a water filtration system for many different reasons. The kitchen is one of the main areas of your home responsible for the use of water. Having cleaner water is beneficial for cleaning, cooking, and drinking keeping your home healthy, safe, and clean.
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    Bathroom Plumbing

    Bathrooms can benefit from water filtration in ways that you may not think of. Having filtered water produces cleaner water which prevents the buildup commonly found on facets and around toilet rims. Having filtered water gets rid of the components that cause this scaling making it easier to keep clean.
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    Laundry Room Plumbing

    Water filtration can benefit the plumbing of your laundry area in many ways. Filtration prevents buildup that causes scaling which can make your washer dirty and prevent that from affecting your clothes. Cleaner water also means cleaner laundry! You won’t have to use as much detergent to get your laundry fresh and clean!
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    A Clean Home

    Having a water filtration system for the whole home plumbing system is great for keeping a clean and sanitized home. Filtered water prevents scaling by removing the components that cause this buildup and create more suds in cleaners so they can work more effectively while using less product.

    A Healthy Home

    Having a whole home water filtration system installed gives clean drinking water at every faucet in your home which is beneficial to your health. Taking out the negative things in your water and replacing it with cleaner water also give you healthier hair and skin keeping you not just looking your best but feeling your best as well!
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    What Makes Unfiltered Water Bad?

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    Filtering the water in your home is a great option for a cleaner and healthier home, but why? You may think traditional tap water is fine but there are many things in your tap that are undesirable. Once you have a filtration system installed for your home there is a huge taste difference alone, but much more is happening beneath the surface. Water filtration gets rid of things such as:
    • Arsenic
    • Lead
    • Fluoride
    • Nitrate
    • Calcium
    • Magnesium
    • Pesticides
    • Bacteria
    • Viruses
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    Our company understands the importance of clean and safe water for all areas of your home which is why we’re committed to providing outstanding service for all of our clients. We have many years of knowledge and experience to fit you with the best filtration system to enjoy in your home. Call us today to schedule an appointment and receive a free, no-obligation quote!
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    Carbon Filtration Systems

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    Carbon filters are one of the most popular options on the market for whole-home water filtration systems. This filter system works through absorption. Contaminants in your water can make it smell and taste bad, but with a carbon filter, these contaminants adhere to the carbon filter resulting in clean water. This filter is extremely porous and has a large surface area making it perfect for a whole home water filtration system. Carbon filters are often referred to as charcoal filters, but they’re not the same charcoal found on the BBQ. These filters are made up of different things depending on the type from coconut fibers to wood. Carbon filters are considered safe and have all been rated for CTO (Chlorine, taste, and odor) removal. Other materials that can be added to carbon such as silver that creates a media that kills bacteria. These filters are easy to maintain with changing the filter every six months to a year.

    Reverse Osmosis Filtration Systems

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    Reverse osmosis water filtration systems are the most popular water filtration systems on the market currently. Reverse osmosis works by removing contaminants in water by forcing it through a semipermeable membrane. This system removes chlorine and sediment through a pre filter before forcing it through the semipermeable membrane to remove dissolved solids producing clean drinking water. There are varying systems available with reverse osmosis filtration systems but they all contain at least one or more filters including sediment filter, carbon filter, and semipermeable membrane. This filtration system offers many benefits by getting rid of bad taste and smell, removing contaminants, removing sodium, and having a simple installation process. While these systems can be used for whole-house filtration, it is recommended to use them in specific areas such as under the kitchen sink so they can focus on one area. These systems typically last anywhere from 10 to 15 years with the filter being replaced every six months to a year and the membrane replaced every 2 to 4 years depending on the water conditions.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    If I have city water should I still get a filtration system?

    Your city water should be fine because it is treated at the plant to produce cleaner water but the process of getting it to your home can cause it to smell and taste bad. This process can also cause issues with your hair and skin causing it to dry out. Having a whole house water filtration system gets rid of the bad taste and smell while keeping beneficial mineral nutrients.

    How much does a whole house water filtration system cost?

    Having a simple filtration system installed in one area like your sink doesn’t cost much ranging from $50-$400, but a whole-home filtration system costs a bit more. These systems range from $300-$1000 or more because they cover your entire home. While the initial cost may turn you away it is a great investment for your home because clean water is priceless!

    Whole Home Filtration System

    Reliable and convenient access to uncontaminated water.