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There have been stories right here in the Midwest regarding poor water quality in recent decades. Situations like these are few and far between, and often extreme, confined cases. Still though, it highlights how important it is to be aware of the quality of the water you’re drinking and bathing with in your Kansas City, MO area home.
Our team provides exceptional water treatment systems and services to ensure that your water is healthy and safe for your entire family. With Climate Control Heating, Cooling & Plumbing, you’re in good hands! Water treatment is just part of our comprehensive plumbing services, and we look forward to serving your water testing and treatment needs.
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The first step toward achieving high quality water is to recognize that you have a problem with your water in the first place. Of course, this can be easier said than done. In many cases, homeowners are so used to the way their water tastes or looks, they don’t know any better. However, if there’s an odd color, taste, or odor coming from your taps, it’s time to call for professional water testing.
When you call on our plumbing team, we’ll come to your home and gather samples from different areas and different fixtures in order to give our team a wide sampling to work from. This goes to a lab where the samples undergo tests for things like acidity, hardness, and chemicals that might be in it.
Depending on what’s uncovered, our plumbers will make educated recommendations for various water treatment options. You may need just one system, or you may need a combination. Whatever your water treatment service needs are, we’re the team that can help!
Our Water Treatment System Options
- Water Softener: Most homeowners throughout the greater Kansas City metro area are familiar with the presence of hard water, but may not do much about it, since it is, admittedly, not harmful to our families or our pets. What it does do though, is lower your quality of life as well as the integrity of your plumbing. Hard water is water with a buildup of minerals in it, like calcium, magnesium, and iron—it’s harmful to your plumbing system, as it builds up and hardens until it leads to corrosion.
- Water Filtration System: A traditional whole-house water filtration system uses a method known as activated carbon absorption to eliminate many dissolved organics and chlorine from your water that you’re using for drinking, bathing, cooking, etc. Point-of-use filters and water pitcher filters simply aren’t as effective as the whole-house approach for achieving truly healthy water.
- Reverse Osmosis System: Reverse osmosis is a process where salt and other inorganic solids are removed from your plumbing system’s water. These contaminants can make you and your family sick, but with a reverse osmosis system you’ll eliminate this problem. Plus, this system will help your water taste and smell better!
Contact a member of our team today to learn about your water treatment options. We’re happy to go over each one in detail and discuss how one or more will benefit your particular household.