Water is something we drink every day, but many homeowners aren’t aware of the contaminants flowing through their plumbing and impurifying their water. At Tri-County Water Services, we can help you purify your water supply with our advanced residential water treatment solutions.
We offer a wide range of water treatment products, methods, and services, from water softeners and sediment filters to acid neutralizers and reverse osmosis systems. Don’t pull the plug on tap water; call 610-857-1740 today to schedule a visit from our water treatment specialists.
1. My Water Tastes Terrible. Can It Be Fixed?
If nothing short of boiling your tap water is able to remedy its foul flavor, you may benefit from a water treatment system from Tri-County Water Services. While water is filtered before it is distributed to households, trace amounts of unwanted elements – such as sulfur – can still be found floating in your supply. Our pros will take samples of your water and provide you with a complete breakdown of the contents, advising you on the best step forward to net yourself delicious, clear drinking water.
2. My Sinks and Tubs Are Collecting Soap Scum. Why?
A steady buildup of soap scum is a sure sign that your home has hard water. This means the water being pumped to your house contains a high concentration of magnesium and calcium. Not only does this water create a mess, but it can also damage to your pipes, dry out your skin, dull your hair, and leave your glassware smudged after cleaning.
3. Do Water Treatment Systems Require Maintenance?
Regardless of the system we install, your water treatment solution will require occasional maintenance, repair, or replacement parts to ensure it is running efficiently. Fortunately, at Tri-County Water Services, we provide annual service packages designed to net you hassle-free maintenance of your important investment in healthy, clear water.
Call Now for Residential Water Treatment from Tri-County Water Services
Whether you’re stepping into the shower or topping up a refreshing glass of H20, make sure you’re getting the best water quality money can buy. Our water treatment specialists will visit your home, take samples of your supply, and advise you on how to improve the quality of the water in your home with one of our advanced systems, services, or treatments.
To find out more, call 610-857-1740 to speak to a member of our team.