Most homeowners are fortunate enough to have the benefit of city supplied water. While this municipal drinking and utility water is heavily treated, there are many cases where pathogens, chemicals, and other contaminants manage to slip through. Some homeowners rely on well water, which can be even more dangerous.
Wherever you receive your water from, it’s always wise to have your water quality thoroughly examined. You can learn more about our water treatment company in Clifton Township and Scranton, PA and speak with one of our specialists by calling us at (570) 903-3199. We’ll be happy to answer all of your questions and provide you with some peace of mind!
To target any potential contaminant in your drinking water and plumbing, our professionals at Freedom Flow Plumbing and Heating Services have developed a wide selection of treatment services. Our team can both install new treatment options and repair existing systems. Why don’t you take a look at some of the links below for further information?
- Water Treatment Installation When you want to guarantee security for your family and your plumbing system, consider a water treatment system.
- Water Filtration Systems Filter out unwanted contaminants by having our team install a water filtration system for your house.
- Water Quality Problems Chemicals and pathogens are just two of the hazardous water quality problems that could affect your home.
- Water Purification Systems Purification eliminates chemicals and pathogens, but it also strains out impurities for tastier water.
Water Quality Problems
Clean drinking water is something any homeowner can take for granted, until it’s gone. There are numerous potential water quality issues that can plague your home, including:
- Chemical Residue
- Dirt and Sediment
- And More
Homes are sometimes vulnerable to waterborne pathogens, such as viruses and fungi. While municipal water treatment facilities do a phenomenal job at treating them, pathogens evolve and sometimes beat standard treatment. One of the most common ways these contaminants survive is by invading water lines in transit to residential areas.
Chemical residue is another dangerous contaminant that plagues many homes across the US. Chlorine residue is one of the most common chemicals found, ironically because it’s used to fight pathogens. However, there are many other types of compounds that can find their way into your home from construction sites, industrial plants, and so on.
Dirt and other sediments may not be as much of a threat to your health, but they can damage your plumbing and water appliances. Many homeowners find that the extra mineral content makes their water taste nasty. Not every home is going to face the same contaminants. When you’re investigating treatment solutions for your property, you’ll want the product that specifically targets the particles present in your drinking water. If you suspect your home’s water supply may be contaminated by any of the contaminants listed above, call (570) 903-3199 and talk with an expert from our Clifton Township and Scranton, PA water treatment company.