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Water Treatment Systems in Clovis
The fresh water that enters your home first goes through a treatment plant that removes various pollutants. But that doesn’t mean the water that comes from your taps and passes through your water heater is free from contaminants. On the way to your house, water can pick up minerals, chemicals, gases, and other impurities from the pipes and ground water seepage. You might be receiving water filled with unhealthy pollutants or ones that can damage the plumbing.
The way to solve these problems is first to schedule water testing from professionals, and then use this information to find the water treatment system or systems that will counteract the issues. All you have to do is call Mark Carpenter Plumbing in Clovis, and we can arrange for water testing, followed by installing the water treatment systems that will see that your family has the best water possible.
If you’re looking for better water quality in your home in Clovis, NM, call on our specialists in water treatment systems at Mark Carpenter Plumbing.
The Water Treatment System That’s Right for You
It’s necessary to turn to water treatment companies when you think that you have polluted water. You simply cannot guess based on taste, smell, or turbidity (cloudiness) of the water in your home what type of system will work. You also cannot install a whole–house system on your own. When you contact us for help improving your water, we’ll provide the testing that will determine what is in your residential water. Using this data, we’ll advise you on the different types of purifiers and filters that can solve these specific water quality issues. Rely on us to install the system that’s right for you.
Water Treatment System Repair and Maintenance
Water filters will eventually become clogged with the pollutants they remove from the water, and they will require routine maintenance service to get them back into working order. This applies to all water treatment systems, however: after a full year of operating, they’ll start to lose their purification abilities unless professionals maintain them. You can depend on our water treatment experts to take care of this job. And if your treatment system malfunctions, we can take care of repairing it.
We believe that you deserve to have the best quality water in your home. Mark Carpenter Plumbing offers the water treatment services that will help you achieve this goal. If you live in Clovis, NM or the surrounding areas, give us a call to get started with excellent water quality. Below are a few of the different treatment services and systems that that we offer.
- Reverse Osmosis Systems: These are extremely powerful filters that can handle removing some of the minutest of pollutants from a home’s water supply, such as heavy metals. Reverse osmosis systems work by creating two areas of pressure within the plumbing, and this forces the water through a thin semi–permeable membrane that will trap most impurities that attempt to pass through it.
- Water Filtration Systems: The basic tool for improving water quality is the installation of whole–house water filters. Using various media filters like charcoal, these filtration systems can effectively remove many of the larger and harmful particles from the water. There are many types of filters, making it especially important that you have professionals determine the right type to install.
- Water Softeners: Hard water, which is water that has a high level of magnesium and calcium–containing impurities suspended in it, is one of the most common problems affecting residential water. While rarely unhealthy to drink, hard water is disastrous for plumbing and can ruin water heaters. The right water softener for your home will fix this.
- Water Testing: The starting point for finding out what you need to do to improve your home’s water quality is to schedule water testing with professionals. This important service takes water samples from a variety of spots in a home, then runs them through a barrage of lab tests to see what impurities are in the water. Our water treatment specialists will give you a detailed report about what exactly is in your water.