As homeowners, we put a lot of faith in our belief that the water flowing out of your plumbing fixtures is of a high quality. The truth of the matter, however, is that this is simply not always the case. Sometimes, homeowners are going to struggle with water quality issues. Part of the problem is that there is just so much that can go wrong with our water in the first place!
Even when you are getting your water from a treated municipal supply, you could run into some problems with water quality in Corona, CA. If and when you do, be sure to contact the professional plumbers on our team. Not only will we be able to determine precisely what the problem is, but we can go about finding the most effective resolution to that problem for you.
Do You Have Problems with Sediment, Discoloration, or the Taste of Your Water?
If so, then you may benefit from the use of a water filtration system on your property. Just think of all that you use your water for, from drinking and bathing in it to washing your dishes! You need to know that this water is clean, and we can help you to ensure that this is the case.
Now, the types of contaminants that can be filtered out of your water are not necessarily going to pose serious threats to your health — though some certainly can. Regardless of whether or not they are dangerous, however, these pollutants should be removed. Serving guests a tall glass of cloudy water or washing your clothes in water with sediment in it just won’t do.
Is Hard Water Giving You Trouble?
Along these same lines, you really should not tolerate hard water in your home, either. Hard water isn’t ice, if that’s what you’re thinking. Hard water is simply water that has a high concentration of minerals in it. These minerals, generally meaning calcium and magnesium, can cause a few different problems in your home. They also can’t really just be filtered out of the water.
If you have hard water, your laundry may come out with a yellow tinge. You could have ugly buildups on your plumbing fixtures, and feel slimy after bathing. Using a whole-house water softener is, without a doubt, the best way in which to get rid of hard water in your home. The resin beads in the softener tank will draw out the minerals causing the problem, replacing them with sodium ions.
Not Sure What the Problem Is?
As we mentioned above, there are a lot of different problems that you may encounter with the water in your home. We want to ensure that the right problems are being treated with the right equipment. This is not always as obvious as it may seem.
If you feel that there is something off about the water in your home, be it due to strange coloration, taste, odor, or gastrointestinal distress, give us a call. We offer complete water testing services that will tell exactly what the problem is.
Schedule your water quality services with the pros here at The Sunny Plumber Corona.