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Water Quality Is Our Specialty
We all want to be sure the water we drink is clean and safe to drink. However, the benefits of water treatment in your home go far beyond just drinking water. Showering, brushing your teeth, even washing your clothes in water free of contaminants can make a significant difference for you and your family. Water treatment can also extend the lifespan of your pipes and plumbing fixtures throughout your home.
Whether you have well water or municipal water, most homes can benefit from a water filtration system. Trident Plumbing has expertly trained water treatment system installers.
Potential contaminants in your well water can include sediment, minerals, gases, and even bacteria. If you have a well as a source of water for your home and you notice your water is cloudy, has a strange odor, or leaves residue behind on your sinks, showers, or toilets you might benefit from the installation of a water treatment system.
Even city water sources can contain minerals that cause hard water. Municipal water is always treated with chlorine or chloramines, which you can usually smell when you drink it. While these chemicals are incredibly important to ensure that your water is free from bacteria, it is best to remove them before drinking or bathing.
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The water supply for every home varies significantly. City water can vary by region, and each well supply is different. The water treatment needs for your home will depend entirely on the results of a water test by one of our trained technicians. Some homes, especially those with well water, may need a few water treatment components installed to treat various water supply issues. Other homes will only need one component to treat one issue. You might also decide to install a point-of-use system at just one fixture in your home. We help you determine your most important water quality needs, and tailor our recommendations based on your water test results.
We take a personalized approach to your water treatment. We make recommendations based on the water in your home, and we will never sell you a component you do not need.
INCLUDED WITH FREE ESTIMATE
Our plumbers will provide you with a complimentary water test with every water treatment estimate. With those results we can provide you with customized options specific to the water in your home.
Lab testing for bacteria can be performed for an additional fee.
Whole house systems remove chemicals and sediment found in your water right at the point that your water enters your house. This means that every sink, shower, and appliance will have treated water. There are a variety of systems available that treat different contaminants and pH concerns. We always provide a free water test to be sure the systems we install are tailored to your water.
Water softeners remove minerals that cause hard water. Hard water can be found in both well and municipal water supplies. They protect your plumbing from mineral buildup that can damage both your plumbing and appliances. They also prevent scale build up on showers, bathtubs, sinks, and rings in toilets. Correcting hard water can also improve dry skin and clothing will be softer.
Specially designed water treatment UV lights are capable of killing bacteria found in your water. This can be especially important for certain homes with well water. These fully enclosed UV lights are installed at the point that your water enters your house, and effectively treat all of the water flowing through your home for bacteria.
Reverse osmosis systems are installed at a single fixture and provide clean, filtered drinking water at one source in the home. Most often point of use filters are installed in the kitchen. While these systems do not filter all of the water in your house, they offer the highest level of filtration for the water you drink.
It is common to have point-of-use water filters that provide clean drinking water at one source. Many homes have water dispensers built into their refrigerator. These dispensers have carbon filters that remove most contaminants from drinking water. Others may have a reverse osmosis system installed with a dispenser at the kitchen sink. Reverse osmosis systems provide a very high-quality level of filtration for the drinking water at that dispenser.
Whole house water filters treat every drop of water that is used throughout your home. These whole house water filtration systems are installed right at the point where water enters your home. This will treat not only the water that you drink and cook with, but also the water that you bathe in, wash clothes and dishes with, and brush your teeth with. Point-of-entry systems can also protect your plumbing and appliances from contaminants in your water that can cause damage or reduce longevity.
Trusted technicians with personalized solutions. There is no one size fits all answer to any plumbing problem. We will provide you with the best options for you and your home.