Which Water Treatment System Should I Choose?

Choosing the Right Water Treatment System

Have you ever thought about what’s in your water? Unfortunately, most people don’t. Whether you have municipal or well water, there is always room for improvement. The quality of your water affects your appliances and fixtures, piping, skin and hair, as well as how your water tastes and smells. There are so many ways that better water can make a difference in your life.

But which water treatment system should you use? At Tim Beil Plumbing, we know that there are many options available to you, depending on the condition of your water and what your concerns are. The following are some of the water treatment systems that are commonly used. Keep in mind, all water treatment is recommended for you as an individual household, based on your water test results.

  • Water Softener. Hard water consists of calcium, magnesium, and in some cases, iron. Most homes in the area have hard water, whether it is supplied by the local municipality or a private well. Many homeowners are not aware they have hard water and they don’t realize the amount of time, money and energy that is wasted fighting it. Over time, the damage caused by hard water can be expensive and inconvenient. Common signs of hard water include dry skin and hair, water spots on glasses and silverware, dull clothing, rings in the bathtub, poor appliance performance, and a shortened life expectancy of water-using appliances. A Kinetico water softener is the perfect solution for any hard water issue. Not only does Kinetico offer non-electric water softeners, but there are also twin tank units available to provide you with soft water 24/7.
  • Dechlorinator. Chlorine has been used as a disinfectant to kill harmful bacteria in water and the pipes that transport it for more than 160 years. While the use of chlorine eliminates a number of major threats to public health and it is essential at water treatment plants and in the water distribution system, it is no longer necessary once the water reaches your home. Chlorine is vital in aiding in the fight against the spread of disease, but its benefits come at a price. Not only does chlorine taste and smell bad, it dries the skin and hair, fades clothes, and can dry out the rubber seals in appliances. A Kinetico Dechlorinator will solve all your chlorine problems and you will no longer feel like you drink and bathe in pool water.
  • Reverse Osmosis. If you’re tired of purchasing water bottles or filling coolers, but like the quality of the water you get from it, a Kinetico Reverse Osmosis is the unit for you. You can have the quality of bottled water right at your kitchen sink and refrigerator, provided it has a water or ice dispenser. Even if your water looks clear, it may still contain high levels of dissolved solids, which is why you should start with having your water tested. Our water specialist can discuss your water treatment needs and solutions that fit your needs.

Contact our team today to get started on your water treatment system installation.