Water Filtration Services

Water quality can affect your health and the condition of your plumbing system. Village Plumbing installs water filtration systems in Houston, TX, with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.

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Water Filtration Installation and Repair

Installing one water filter for a sink or appliance can help, but is not enough. Whole house water filtration systems serve every faucet and fixture and protect your entire household. There may be contaminants in your water supply that you don’t know about. A few can affect the look and taste of water. Some cannot be detected unless a professional tests for them. We can assess the state of your water supply and recommend the appropriate water filtration system based on our findings.

Customers have relied on us since 1946 for premium plumbing services in Houston. Our technicians are trained, licensed, and equipped to install and repair home water filtration systems. Service may be needed from time to time. Replacing the filter, refilling rock salt (for units with water softeners), cleaning the membrane, and inspecting the pressure pump are just a few tasks that will help your system run effectively and last longer. In general, maintenance should be performed every six to 12 months.

Do I Need a Whole-House Water Filtration System?

Every home has its own unique water filtration requirements. While we are happy to provide water quality testing and assist homeowners in selecting the best system, these are some factors to consider in determining whether a water filtration system would benefit you:

 

  • An Older Home: Houses built in the 1970s and earlier may have lead pipes, which can degrade and cause lead particles to enter drinking water. This is a major health hazard.

 

  • Hard Water: If mineral buildup is clogging drains, pipes, and fixtures or causing stains on dishes and clothes, a water filtration system with a water softener can address the problem.

 

  • Water Quality: The taste or appearance of water can be affected by chlorine, mercury, or iron. Depending on the water filter, heavy metal contamination can be eliminated.

 

Also consider water filtration if you use well water. Many homes use water from wells, where chemicals and pesticides from underground can enter your water supply. A filtration system can make your well water safe to drink. There are many types of filters on the market, including charcoal, which removes particulates at a low cost; ultraviolet for biological filtration; and reverse osmosis systems that remove biological, chemical, and particulate contaminants.

Should I Hire a Plumber for Water Filtration System Installation?

The installation process requires a good deal of plumbing work. It’s not a good idea to make a DIY project out of it. A licensed plumber knows all the requirements of the job, including installing the filtration system near the main water shut-off-valve, which is often in a basement, utility closet, or garage. They also have pipe cutters, fittings, wrenches, and other tools needed for the job. 

 

Since the job requires cutting and soldering, properly attaching fittings, and aligning the water filtration system, it’s best to leave the work to a professional. Plumbers can also anticipate and resolve any issues that come up during the process, and can test the system to ensure it is working properly. You can therefore be rest assured you’ll get the most out of your water filtration system.

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Should I Hire a Plumber for Water Filtration System Installation?

The installation process requires a good deal of plumbing work. It’s not a good idea to make a DIY project out of it. A licensed plumber knows all the requirements of the job, including installing the filtration system near the main water shut-off-valve, which is often in a basement, utility closet, or garage. They also have pipe cutters, fittings, wrenches, and other tools needed for the job. 

Since the job requires cutting and soldering, properly attaching fittings, and aligning the water filtration system, it’s best to leave the work to a professional. Plumbers can also anticipate and resolve any issues that come up during the process, and can test the system to ensure it is working properly. You can therefore be rest assured you’ll get the most out of your water filtration system.

Contact Village Plumbing Today

We offer a full range of plumbing, air conditioning, and heating services in the Houston area and address water quality as well. Check out our coupons and specials to save, while financing is available to accommodate your budget. For more information about installing or repairing a water filtration system in Houston, TX, schedule service online or call 713-678-0483 today.