You might need one of our water treatment services if:
- Your tap water tastes terrible
- Showers are leaving your skin felling itchy, dry, or dirty
- Experiencing hard water build up
- Dishes always have spots
Often times these can be caused by contaminants in the water. Having a low level of contaminants in the water can be okay. The question is how to make the determination of what is “okay”. Here is a Contaminant Reduction Claims Guide that identifies each substance and EPA’s suggested maximum contaminant level along with the suggested product technology to bring high contaminant levels back to safe levels.
SLO County Plumbing & Drain Cleaning will come to your home and run a test on the contaminant levels found in your drinking water. There are a variety of water treatment solutions for your home. Our expert plumbers are very experienced with water treatment and will make a strong recommendation tailored for your needs and budget.
Installation of Water Treatment Systems
Water treatment systems can either be installed to service the whole house (point-of-entry or POE) or at a particular location (point-of-use or POU). POU systems are installed where water is being consumed. For example, the kitchen sink, refrigerator, or the shower. Our plumbers will work with you to determine where water treatment systems will be installed.
There are a variety of different water treatment products available to regulate water contaminant levels and remove sediment and sand. SLO County Plumbing & Drain Cleaning will explain the best options for your situation. Here are a few popular treatment options:
Water softener (salt-free options available)
Reverse osmosis purification (R.O. water filter)
Treatment systems for emerging contaminants
Regardless of the system selected, SLO County Plumbing & Drain Cleaning provides full service water treatment services. From testing and making product recommendations to installation and maintenance, we look forward to serving you.
To learn more about water filtration standards, check out this article from The Public Health and Safety Organization, Selecting a Home Water Treatment System.