Professional Water Treatment Services for Your Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky & Southeast Indiana Home
Good water quality is an imperative part of your family’s health and safety. Do you trust that the water flowing from your tap is clean and uncontaminated? If you have any concerns, don’t put your family’s safety at risk—work with HELP Plumbing, Heating, Cooling and Drains to install a water treatment system that will work best for your situation.
Our expert plumbers have over 80 years of experience serving the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky areas. We would be pleased to help you address your water quality concerns with long-lasting solutions you can trust.
Hard water is one of the most common water quality concerns for US homeowners. Not only can it affect the taste of your water, but it can also increase your water heating costs and shorten the life span of your water-using appliances. Here are some signs that you may have hard water in your home:
Spots on dishes, glassware, and utensils after washing
Drain your water heater annually to remove sediment, bacteria, and corrosive metals from the tank.
Install a water quality system, which may include a water softener, filter, or purifier, depending on your needs.
Replace your water filter cartridges as recommended to prevent bacterial and mineral buildup.
If you’re considering installing a water quality system in your home, Contact HELP plumbing to learn more about your options.
Schedule Water Quality Services in Greater Cincinnati or Northern Kentucky
If you’re looking for a professional water filtration solution, HELP Plumbing can make it happen. The tests from an in-home water evaluation can determine if contaminated or hard water is a source of problems in your home. We can then make recommendations about how to improve your water quality. Get started with confidence thanks to our 100% satisfaction guarantee, which means you don’t pay a penny until our work is complete and you are fully satisfied.
Hard water contains a high amount of dissolved calcium, magnesium, and other metals. The scaling you see on plumbing fixtures and appliances is caused by minerals left behind when hard water evaporates.
Is tap water in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky considered hard?
Most of the United States struggles with hard water. Homes in the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky areas tend to have moderately hard (3.5 to 7 grains per gallon) to very hard water (10.5+ grains per gallon).
What is reverse osmosis?
Reverse osmosis (RO) is a home water quality solution. It removes ionized salts, colloids, and organic molecules to improve the quality and taste of sulfate-contaminated water.
What are the benefits of a water filtration system?
With help from a qualified plumber, you can determine what type of water filtration system you should install to maximize these benefits:
Safer, better-tasting drinking water
Protection against health complications caused by drinking contaminated water
Less mineral buildup and water spots
More efficient, longer-lasting plumbing appliances
EACH Technician receives over 200 hours of training EACH year.
We have a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee which means you pay NOTHING, NOT EVEN A PENNY, until our work is absolutely complete and you are 100% satisfied.
We always leave your home cleaner than we found it…Guaranteed!
The information on this website is for informational purposes only; it is deemed accurate but not guaranteed. It does not constitute professional advice. All information is subject to change at any time without notice. Contact us for complete details.