The Best Water Filtration System
Water Filtration Systems in Washington, DC
Have you noticed issues with the water that flows from your faucets? Are you concerned about your family’s health? Do you want more protection from water contamination than a standalone filter can provide? Get in touch with the water treatment specialists at Magnolia Plumbing, Heating & Cooling and ask about water filtration systems. Our team of technicians will test your water and locate a filter that can effectively rid your water of the major contaminants that flow through it. We truly care about your family’s health, and we are happy to help improve your plumbing system with water filtration installation and services in the Washington, DC area.
Magnolia Plumbing, Heating & Cooling provides quality services for water filtration systems in Washington, DC and the surrounding areas. Call us today to schedule an appointment.
We Provide Whole–House Water Filtration System Installation
Many homeowners use water filters already, often in the form of standalone pitchers which store filtered drinking water in the fridge. This can be an adequate solution for filtering your drinking water. But what about the water that comes through the plumbing fixtures in the rest of the home? A whole–home water filtration system from our experts can make the water your family members use to bathe, cook, drink, and wash up with a lot safer.
Can Whole–House Filtration Benefit You?
Discoloration in the water could indicate a number of problems. A reddish–brown color may mean that the pipes are rusty and need replacement or it could indicate contamination. Any discoloration should be addressed as soon as possible.
There doesn’t have to be an obvious problem for you to install a filtration device. You can install a whole–house water filter just to give you and your family peace of mind.
Does Your Home Water Filtration System Require Service?
Most water filters need to be replaced from time to time. You can ask your technician for more information about how often to service your filter, or check with the manufacturer. Otherwise, take note if your water quality deteriorates over time, and notify one of our plumbers if you suspect an issue with your water filtration system. Another sign that the unit requires service is low water pressure, which could indicate a clogged filter.