3 Ways To Improve Your Water Quality

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The water that you use to stay hydrated and clean needs to be clean and clear too. It isn't that a little higher mineral concentration will hurt you, as much as the issue lies in how it can impact your plumbing lines. With that said, you should be absolutely sure that the water coming from your taps is safe for consumption too!

Your water quality matters for more than one reason. For your daily living and health, clean water is vital. For the care and quality of your clothes and dishes, clean water is also pretty important. So when you notice that your water isn't tasting quite right, or your dishes seem to have a layer of something on them no matter how well they are washed, it may be time to consider making an addition to your Plymouth plumbing system to clear up your water supply.

3 Systems to Improve Water Quality

So you may be wondering how exactly one can improve their home's water quality. We have three different systems that we think you should know about that can and will help immensely with this endeavor.


When most people think about improving their water quality, the first thing that comes to mind is their water filter. Filters are pretty important to your water quality. While the water supplied to your home is filtered at the municipal source, it is possible for it to pick up additional minerals on its way to you. For this reason, we believe it is important for all homes to have some form of water filter installed--and changed on a regular basis too.

Reverse Osmosis

Reverse osmosis systems may sound strange but they are quite helpful. These systems are best employed in homes where the water has relatively high levels of minerals or ions. The reverse osmosis system pushes water through a membrane that separates all those minerals and salts out of it, leaving your supply clean and clear.


"Why would I need a softener? Can water be hard?"

Believe it or not, your water does have the ability to be considered "hard." When someone is discussing hard water it means that the water contains a somewhat high concentration of minerals such as calcium or magnesium in it. While this isn't harmful to your health, it can and will cause problems for your daily life. This is because hard water can create build-up on your fixtures and reduce the effectiveness of your soaps and detergents. Water softeners are able to counteract hard water with the use of chemical, mechanical or magnetic systems.

"I Need Help with My Water Quality."

Do you have hard water? Or maybe you just have water in your home that doesn't taste right. Whatever the issue is, we can help. Air Mechanical, Inc. provides all three of the water treatment systems mentioned above, and more, for your use. What's more, our plumbing professionals are the experts who can assess your water quality, provide you with the best solution for your needs, and will be able to install and maintain the system you want.

Contact Air Mechanical, Inc. today to get started.

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