Water Treatment Solutions
Have you ever asked yourself what the quality of your water was? After all, there is so much more to “good water” than just good taste.
Great water can make your household cleaner and healthier, your drinks more refreshing and your food more delicious. It can improve your complexion, extend the livelihood of your appliances, and can even save you money!
At. T. Webber Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning we understand the importance of water quality. After all, your family drinks, bathes, and cleans with it every day. That is why we offer FREE water testing for some of the most common water ailments to ensure your water is clean and safe!
In our area (Dutchess, Putnam, Westchester, Orange & Ulster County), some of the most common water ailments are:
- Hardness: Hard water is notorious for leaving water marks and streaks while cleaning and causing mineral scaling in pipes. This negatively impacts your household appliances and can reduce the efficiency of your water heater. Not only that, but it can leave your hair limp and skin dry.
- High pH levels: Acidic water has corrosive characteristics and can wreak havoc on your plumbing system. It creates pinhole leaks in your pipes and can reduce the lifespan of your household systems (water heaters, boilers, appliances).
- Bacteria: Disease carrying pathogens, microorganisms, and bacteria (e-coli & colifom, etc) can make their way into your private water source causing health risks.
Once your water has been tested and any problems or impurities have been identified, our water quality experts can recommend a full range of water treatment equipment to maintain or restore your home’s water quality.
Our Hudson Valley water treatment offerings include:
- Whole House Sediment Filters
- Water Softeners
- Acid Neutralizers
- Reverse Osmosis Systems
- Ultra Violet (UV) Water Purification
- Ice Make Filtration
- Well Water Sanitizing (“Shocking”)
- And Much More…
Why You Should Test Your Well Water:
Throughout the Hudson Valley, water is supplied to homes from a town/city water supply or a private well. While the EPA regulates public water systems, it does not have the authority to regulate private wells. That means if you have well water there are no experts checking your water source and its quality before it is sent to your tap! Households relying on well-water should take special precautions to ensure their drinking water is safe for consumption. In addition to testing for hardness and pH levels, residents with well water systems should periodically have their water tested for bacteria and nitrates. T. Webber can help with that, too!