Water Treatment Systems

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Water Treatment Systems 2019-08-21T11:52:08-04:00

Five Star Plumbing Services cares about your water quality and knows how to help you achieve the best water quality possible. The process starts with free water testing. We install and maintain a number of home water treatment systems for homeowners in Baltimore County and Harford County – especially those clients with well water. After asking you some questions and performing water testing, we can then recommend and install the appropriate water treatment systems for your needs.

Types of Home Water Treatment Systems

There are several types of home water treatment systems. Each one solves a different water quality problem. Depending on your individual situation, we may recommend multiple systems to achieve the best outcome.

Acid Neutralizers

An acid neutralizer corrects the pH of well water that is too low. Acidic well water can be corrosive and bad for your health. The best way to correct the problem is with an acid neutralizer water treatment system. They are safe and easy to maintain.

Water Softener System

We recommend a water softener system when there are too many minerals, namely calcium, in your water. This leads to hard water and hard water spots – the annoying white residue that forms on everything your tap water touches. A water softener system removes the excess minerals through a process called ion exchange by exchanging softer minerals for the harder ones.You can reduce spotting and soap scum with a whole house water softener system.

UV Water Filter

A UV water filter destroys microorganisms, bacteria, and viruses in your water. The water must be clear enough for the UV light to penetrate.

Reverse Osmosis Systems

A reverse osmosis system uses pressure to squeeze water through a semipermeable membrane. Purified water is stored and waste water is discharged down the drain. It is not, therefore, practical for whole house treatment – only for drinking water.

Carbon Filters

Our carbon filter systems are very effective at water purification and do not waste a drop.

Iron Removal Equipment

Iron in your well water can give it a bad smell and taste, as well as cause staining. We have several methods to remove iron from well water.

Call Five Star Plumbing Services for Water Treatment Systems

Call Five Star Plumbing Services today at 410-836-0118 to discuss your water quality issues. We’ll schedule free testing and go over the results with you before recommending one or more water treatment systems for your home.

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