Water Filtration in Greenville
Pure, High-Quality Water from Waldrop Plumbing – Heating – Air
Are you tired of your water making your laundry feel rough and scratchy or leaving strange tastes in your food? Have you noticed that your appliances that use water all have a layer of chalky residue around water connections or nozzles? This is a sure sign that you have a problem with hard water—a common condition where your water has elevated levels of minerals like calcium and magnesium. While you may or may not be able to see the mineral particles in the water, they can and do eventually bond together and build up into that white limescale that’s so commonly seen around home and businesses with hard water issues.
Here at Waldrop Plumbing – Heating – Air, we offer a wide range of water filtration systems, and each system we install is selected to counter the water issue you’re having. Whether you’re looking to improve your quality of life, improve the longevity of your plumbing system, or you simply want to enjoy the comfort and convenience of pure, drinking-quality water from any tap in your home, our team will make sure that’s exactly what you receive. In addition, ever water filtration system we install is set up by our skilled, expert technicians who are trained in the latest technology. This ensures your new system will be working to its fullest potential and your water supply will be safe, clean, and clear of inclusions.
Let Waldrop Plumbing – Heating – Air give you the water you’ve always wanted from your home! Call us at (864) 641-4011 now to request a water quality consultation.
How Water Filtration Works
As the name implies, water filtration systems use filtration media to remove unwanted inclusions from your water. However, because your water contains a large number of different inclusions, no single filter media will remove everything. Thus, modern whole-home water filtration systems will actually run your water through several different filtration media to remove as much as possible. However, despite this, most whole-home water filtration systems are generally fairly small, with many being no larger than the size of a water softener tank.
A high-quality filtration system can remove a wide variety of inclusions from your water, including:
- Minerals (calcium and magnesium)
- Soaps and cleaning agents
It’s important to note that while these things are present in your water, some of them are not necessarily bad for you. In fact, the calcium in our water is widely regarded as an important source of this mineral that promotes bone health. However, because these substances can have such a detrimental impact on your home, many people still choose to filter out the substance and instead get their calcium from an additional source in their diet.
Point-of-Use Water Filtration
Water filtration systems do not necessarily have to come in whole-home size. In fact, the most common filtration systems are actually fairly small and can easily fit in the cabinet beneath your kitchen sink. One common example is a reverse osmosis system—a type of water filtration system that uses permeable membranes to remove unwanted substances. Because these systems only produce a limited amount of filtered water, they’re generally only able to service just one tap. However, they do give you the ability to enjoy clean drinking water without having to resort to single-use water bottles.
Whether you’re looking to get rid of your hard water problem or you just want to enjoy better-quality water at a reduced cost, make the right choice - contact Waldrop Plumbing – Heating – Air!
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