Water Filters

Water Filters

Are you tired of filling and refilling a pitcher-style filter or purchasing cases of bottled water? Harry Caswell Plumbing, Mechanical and Utility Contractor offers water treatment solutions for your whole home or commercial building. We specialize in full solutions to your water related problems.

What’s Really In Your Water Supply?

Do you have smelly water? Does the water in your house look unclear? What about leaving spots on your sinks, bathtub or shower doors? Have our team identify the issues and provide your home with clean healthy drinking water.

Studies have shown that there are over 250 contaminants commonly found in American drinking water. Even if your water is regulated by state and local governments, that doesn’t necessarily guarantee its safety for drinking or using. Although the cost upfront may seem higher, in the long term you can save money and time. You'll no longer need bottled water or that annoying water filter pitcher. If you're experiencing any of the unpleasant water-related issues below, contact us for a consultation.

Common tap water issues include:

  • Bad Taste
  • Chlorine Odor
  • Cloudy
  • Fishy Odor
  • Musty Odor
  • Rotten Egg Odor
  • Off-Color

Sometimes you may only require a water softener, but often a water filter system is needed to gain access to safe drinking water. If you’re interested in having a water filtration system installed, call the experts at Harry Caswell Plumbing, Mechanical and Utility Contractor. 

Plus, a whole-house water filter system can remove hard water minerals from your main water line, which makes your dishes sparkle and your appliances last longer. But who should you call to install it?

Benefits of Hiring a Plumber for Installing a Water Filtration System

Hiring a licensed and experienced plumber is your best bet for the installation of a whole-house water filtration system. We can install a water filtration system near your main water shut-off valve, that way it filters and purifies all of the water running throughout your home. Most water shut-off valves are located in basements, garages, or utility closets. Wherever the location, we’ll ensure you can easily access the system to change the cartridges. We recommend the cartridges be changed every three to six months.

Contact us to schedule a service today!

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