How To Improve Your Water Quality
Did you know that hard water, bacterial contaminants, minerals, and other harmful substances can get into your water supply, leaving you and your family with poor water quality and vulnerable to illness? To solve this water quality problem, Tim’s Plumbing offers professionally installed water treatment systems.
When you contact us about your water quality concerns, the first thing we do is a free water test. This free test helps us determine which water treatment system works best to solve your water quality problem. We also look for other poor water quality signs like pinholes in the piping, water odor, stains on fixtures and orange staining in tub. Contact us today for your free water test.
We Install Water Treatment Systems For Most Situations
Tim’s Plumbing offers three types of water treatment systems: ultraviolet, reverse osmosis and water softener. So, no matter what your water quality concerns are, we can help you pick the system that best fits your needs.
Ultraviolet (UV) Systems
In addition to the large number of chemical and mineral contaminants that can enter your water supply, you should also be concerned about bacterial organisms in your water as well. If your water does test positive for living organisms, ultraviolet light can be used to kill the bacteria and filter it out before it reaches your tap.
Reverse Osmosis (RO) Systems
RO or reverse osmosis uses pressure to force water molecules through a water filter to remove contaminants, leaving clean drinking water. At Tim’s Plumbing, we offer two types of RO systems:
- Whole-Home RO Systems – filters all the water entering the home from the outside
- Point-of-Use RO Systems – filters that mount directly to the faucet
Water Softener Systems
Have you noticed discoloration on your bathroom fixtures or kitchen sink? It may be from trace mineral deposits, like iron, calcium, and magnesium found in hard water. Installing a water softener system can remove a significant about of minerals from your water, leaving you with cleaner, healthier water that will be easier on your fixtures and appliances.
Water Treatment System Maintenance Plans
It doesn’t matter if you’re looking to install a new water treatment system, repair a broken one or keep the one you have running smoothly. The professional at Tim’s Plumbing can custom design a maintenance plan for you. Service is our specialty, which means we work with you to solve your unique water treatment needs and develop a system maintenance plan that’s just right for you. Contact us today for a free water treatment consultation.