Water Filtration and Water Softener Systems for Acworth, GA, Area Homes
Although our country has some of the safest drinking water in the world, for a number of reasons your home's water can still be contaminated. It's essential to keep your water healthy, safe, and great tasting for your health and safety. At Absolute Plumbing Services, we provide residents with expert water treatment services so our local community has access to high-quality water, always.
Signs Your Water Needs Treatment
We all know how much our area has grown in the past few decades. One major impact on an area's water supply is new construction and growth. Change in the quality of water in your area can affect the water that gets into your plumbing system. Strange tastes and smells indicate a new pollutant in your water that you need to filter out or treat.
You may need to enlist professional water purification services if you notice:
- Bad-tasting or foul-smelling water
- Dry, itchy skin
- Dull, brittle hair
- Spots on dishes
- Faded clothes
- Limescale buildup on appliances
- Frequent plumbing repairs
Water Purification Systems
Tap water can contain heavy metals, chemicals, and other contaminants that adversely affect your and your family's health. Choosing to install a whole home water purification system is not only good for your health, it can also help protect your plumbing system from potentially damaging mineral accumulation.
Once our team is done with the installation of your filtration system, you'll notice a near-instant change in the smell, taste, and general appearance of your tap water. We know every home experiences different water quality problems, but we're confident that the water filtration system installation will help you get safe and pure water.
Most problems with water filtration systems down the line are associated with filters or cartridges. If you have not had the cartridge changed in a while, it can become clogged or so full that it cannot filter out impurities properly. Our team can help maintain your system or repair it to ensure proper functionality.
Hard water is an issue common in our area that can affect your health and the health of your entire plumbing system. A water softener removes minerals commonly found in hard water, making your water kinder to your appliances, fixtures, pipes, body, hair, and more.
A water softener is installed at the entry point of your main water line to be sure that all water that enters your home gets softened. This also protects your plumbing from hard water. The water outlet from the system will be the only water used by all faucets and appliances in your home.
Water softener maintenance is minimal, but you will need to change the straining medium regularly as it becomes saturated or used up. This will help you avoid costly water softener repairs in the future.
Water Treatment FAQs
Hard water is caused by high mineral content, mainly magnesium and calcium. Hard water leaves a nasty buildup on fixtures and stains in tubs and sinks. It also creates a buildup inside your pipes, reducing water pressure and clogs.
The most common substances removed during water filtration include metals, chemicals, and organic and inorganic contaminants. A water test will help determine the filtration system that will best meet the water purification needs in your home.
Common chemicals found in water supplies include chlorine, copper, nitrates, mercury, lead, and heavy metals.
Absolutely The Cleanest Water For Your Acworth Area Home
At Absolute Plumbing, we offer a wide range of options when it comes to your water filtration and softening systems. Our water treatment services are designed to solve any and all kinds of water quality problems. When it comes to your water quality, it's important to work with a plumber that provides licensed plumbing services, not just water quality, so that all of your needs can be addressed. For instance, drainage issues can affect your filtration system. Through our plumbing services, we can repair or replace valves or install a pressure pump to resolve any drainage issues and get your clean and safe water flowing again.
Ready to get started on clean water for your Acworth area home? Contact our professional team today for a quote or to schedule an appointment!