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    If you’re thinking about upgrading fixtures in your home, one crucial upgrade you should make is installing a home water filtration system. You may not have realized it, but there are likely contaminants floating in your drinking water. Have you noticed your water tasting or smelling foul or water stains building up in your shower? A whole house water filtration system may be precisely what you need to get fresh, clean water.

    Our team of professional water treatment installers can make the installation project simple. We’ll test your water, determine which contaminants and minerals need to be removed, and provide the best filtration solutions. Your family will be enjoying safe drinking water in no time!

    We provide installation services for home water filtration systems throughout Eastern Ohio and West Virginia, including the following counties:

    • Columbiana County
    • Mahoning County
    • Jefferson County
    • Carroll County
    • Portage County
    • Trumbull County
    • Summit County
    • Stark County
    • Harrison County

    Why Should You Install a Whole House Water Filtration System?

    Whether your water comes from the city or a well, contaminants may be flowing into your house. Water travels through a series of pipes before it pours from your faucets, and over time, these pipes can wear down, leaching contaminants such as lead into the water. A home water filtration system could be your first line of defense against these contaminants from affecting your family’s health and the effectiveness of your appliances.

    Below, you can find a list of benefits of installing a whole house water filtration system.

    1. Safe drinking water: Even though water treatment plants try to ensure water quality, pollution can wreak havoc on your water supply. Pollutants, such as lead or chlorine, can make your drinking water unsafe. A residential filtration system can ensure your water is pure, healthy, and great tasting.
    2. Reduces plumbing issues: Contaminated water not only puts your family’s health at risk — but it also damages your home’s plumbing and water-using appliances. Heavy metals and minerals in unfiltered water can corrode pipes, leading to expensive repair costs. A filtration system that captures these contaminants can allow your plumbing system and appliances to last longer.
    3. Relieves Skin Irritation: If someone in your household suffers from sensitive skin, eczema, or psoriasis, the exposure to chemicals in unfiltered water may be causing them even more discomfort. A whole house water filtration system can remove these chemicals before they even enter your home.
    4. Prevents Limescale: When water isn’t filtered before entering your home, it can cause limescale to build up in the piping. This mineral buildup can cause your water to taste funky and may leave chalky deposits on your dishes after they’ve been washed. A filtration system can reduce the number of issues associated with limescale.

    What Is an Iron Filter?

    If a well system is supplying your water, you will likely need an iron filter. This type of filter removes clear iron from well water. It does this by transforming the clear water iron to rust (or ferric) iron through oxidation. These particles are then periodically washed out of the filtration system’s drain.

    Why should you remove iron from your water? Iron can cause red, brown, or yellow stains on your plumbing fixtures, clothes, and dishes. It can also clog your well, pumps, and sprinklers. Most notably, it will make your water taste like metal. To avoid these negative effects of iron in your water, you should have a home water filtration system installed.

    Our Service Area

    We proudly offer water filtration system installation throughout Eastern Ohio, including Columbiana County, Mahoning County, Jefferson County, Carroll County, Portage County, Trumbull County, Summit County, Stark County, and Harrison County. We also serve the areas of Darlington, PA, and Chester, West Virginia.

    Get a Home Water Filtration System Today!

    Ready to enjoy a glass of refreshing water you can feel confident drinking? Get in touch with Quality Water Systems! We’ll install a home water filtration system that targets the contaminants that need to be removed from your water supply, leaving you with clean, refreshing water.

    Contact us today for more information about our services, including our residential water filtration system installations and water well inspections.

    • Fully Licensed for all appropriate work
    • Removes lead & Other Chemicals and Particulates
    • Improves water quality above the most stringent health standards
    • Softener Installations
    • Quality Water Systems files for all permits and inspections