This is, understandably, the first question we hear form homeowners concerned with poor water quality. Truthfully, the question can’t be answered immediately. Every home in Arizona is different and judging by the problems you’re specifically experiencing, we’ll be able to make an educated assessment of what you’re up against.
Testing your water is key in determining what threats there are to your water quality. From that point, we may recommend any combination of the following systems.
- Water Filtration System: This is among the most basic and effective systems for improving water quality. Many homeowners are familiar with point–of–use filters you can snap onto your faucets, but these are insufficient. Whole–house water filtration systems treat all of the water coming into your home for comprehensive coverage.
- Water Softener: Water softeners are specifically designed for removing hardness from water. Hard water is caused by the buildup of minerals—particularly magnesium and calcium. These aren’t harmful to ingest, but they are harmful to your plumbing system and can reduce your quality of life.
- Reverse Osmosis System: Also referred to as an RO system, these systems are very effective in purifying the water supplied by your plumbing system. Utilizing a set of pre–filters and a semi–permeable membrane, an RO system will remove the majority of pollutants and chemicals to give you bottled–quality water to drink, cook with, and give to your pets.
Regardless of whether you’re having a water treatment system installed for the very first time or if you’re replacing an old system that no longer functions as it should, our water quality experts will integrate your water treatment system into your plumbing system the right way.