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Water Conditioning

Water filtration in Waukesha County is an essential element to ensuring clean, uncontaminated water for washing and drinking purposes. Everyone has seen different symptoms of unfiltered water; from the white, scaly deposits on your showerhead and sink caused by hard water, to red staining on fixtures caused by iron.

 

Call Austin Plumbing today at (262) 367-3808 for help with your:

  • Water Softener Repairs
  • Water Softener Replacement
  • Iron Filter Repairs
  • Iron Filter Replacement
  • Drinking Water Systems

At Austin Plumbing, we understand the water quality challenges that exist in our area. After all, we have been working with it for over 50 years. Unfiltered water leaves residue and stains on your fixtures and sinks and can cause damage inside pipes, faucets, water heaters, washing machines and dishwashers. Plus, it can be unhealthy!

 

If you suspect you have a problem with your existing water filtration system or water softener, an Austin Plumbing Technician can perform a thorough analysis of your water quality and design the perfect solution that will meet your needs, wants and budget.

 

Types of "Bad Water" and Their Symptoms

Hard Water

White, scaly deposits most commonly found on faucets, showerheads, and drains

 

Acidic Water

Blue Stains on copper fixtures or in tubs. A sharp or chlorine-like smell from your sink.

 

Chemically Contaminated Water

Staining and erosion on fixtures or a bad smell to your water

 

Iron Water

Red staining found on faucets, in tubs, and on showerheads

 

Solutions

There are many ways to approach filtering water in your home in order to make it clean and safe for drinking and washing. The simplest, most common method is an Under-The-Sink Water Filtration System. This is typically installed under the kitchen sink so that the water you use for cooking and drinking is clean and uncontaminated.

 

A more comprehensive approach is a Whole-House Water Filtration system. By installing a WHWF system, you have taken the necessary steps to guarantee that the water coming through all the faucets and pipes in your home has been treated.

 

There are many options and approaches we can take to enhancing the quality of your home's water, some of which complement the two approaches mentioned above. A few of these other water enhancing options worth considering include:

  • Iron Filters
  • Reverse Osmosis Systems
  • Water Softeners
  • Cartridge Filters
  • Physical H20 Softeners