When you decide to have a water treatment system installed, you want to make sure it works effectively for years to come. That system provides a lot of clean, potable drinking water for your family and if it stops working or is overworked, it may become much less effective without you even realizing it.
Whether your water treatment system is simply due for maintenance or you are suspect it may actually be in need of repair, call Dial One Johnson Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning today. Our water treatment experts have the experience and skills needed to keep your water treatment operating as intended, ensuring your water is clean and healthy at all times.
When a problem occurs in your water supply, the first thing to do is call someone to fix it. The longer you wait, the worse it will get. But, how do you recognize a problem in a system that primarily deals with invisible contaminants?
The key is to keep an eye on the quality of your water. Certain things can be checked for every time you pour a glass of drinking water or do the dishes. A common problem is the rotten egg smell that comes from excess hydrogen sulfide gas buildup. Strange taste or discoloration of your water, either directly, or in deposits left on your fixtures, are other red flags.
These can range from a reddish tint when certain metal levels are too high to a scaly buildup caused by hard water. Either way, it’s a sign that your water treatment system isn’t getting the job done.
When you call us in to take a look at your water treatment system, the first thing we’ll do is check the filters and cartridges to make sure they are still operational. A simple filter or cartridge replacement may be all your system needs to once again perform as it was designed to.
Either way, your technician will do a full checkup on the system and make sure no moving parts need replacement or repair. Additionally, water testing will be performed to check for buildups of other contaminants and to ensure accurate system calibration. This testing should be done regularly in the future as well to ensure effective ongoing operation of your system.
A water treatment system that isn’t properly cared for can potentially lead to decreased water quality, putting your family at risk and doing damage to your pipes and fixtures.
Call our water treatment specialists at Dial One Johnson Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning if you’re experiencing any type of issue with your water treatment system. We’ll be out quickly to make any necessary repairs or perform maintenance if your system simply hasn’t been serviced for a while and isn’t operating at peak performance. Regardless of the type of system you have and the issues you’re experiencing, our technicians can handle it and get the quality of your water back to where it should be.