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Water Treatment Systems & Service in Corona, CA

Have you ever thought about the water in your home, specifically how clean it is? Sure, it may look clear, but that may not tell the whole story. If you get your water from the city in which you live, then it passes through a water treatment plant before it gets to your home. Most cities are pretty good about filtering out the most harmful contaminants commonly found in natural water supplies. However, no water treatment system is 100% effective. There will always be trace amounts of materials that make it through the treatment plant and into your home, some of which can be quite harmful. That’s why it’s a good idea to have a dedicated water treatment system in your home.

Total Comfort, Inc. offers a full range of water treatment services throughout Corona, CA. If you need a water filtration system installed or serviced, contact us today to schedule an appointment with one of our experts. We’ll make sure you get the perfect water purification system for your needs.

Why You Might Want a Water Treatment System

There are all kinds of contaminants that can make it into your plumbing system. Lead, arsenic, and a variety of germs can end up in your drinking water in trace amounts. There are no safe levels of exposure for some of these contaminants, which is why it’s not a good idea to ignore them. This is especially true of materials like lead, which can build up in the body over years of exposure and cause further problems. A water filtration system can go a long way towards preventing exposure to these harmful contaminants.

To learn more about your water content, give us a call for water testing services. Our plumbers have the tools necessary to test your home’s water for harmful particles or a buildup materials that can change the taste or texture of your water. Depending on the results, we can help you find the water treatment system that makes the most sense.

We Install and Service Many Water Treatment Systems

There are a wide range of different water treatment systems, each of which is suited to protecting against a different range of contaminants. We install and service a wide range of different water treatment systems. Reverse osmosis systems, for example, use an ultrathin membrane to strain out any contaminants. Water molecules are small enough to pass through the membrane and enter the plumbing system normally. Larger particles like lead, though, are shunted off to a collection receptacle to be disposed of later.

Water softeners are used to protect against hard water, which is water with a high amount of magnesium and calcium particles. Long term hard water exposure leads to the formation of lime scale, which restricts the flow of water through the plumbing system. This isn’t dangerous to you, personally. However, it can cause major issues for your plumbing.

A water softener protects against this by neutralizing the particles in hard water. Oftentimes, it does this by replacing the magnesium and calcium molecules in the water. This "softens" the water, preventing lime scale from forming. If you know that your home has a hard water problem, it’s a good idea to have us install a water softener in your home.

Schedule Water Treatment Services in Corona, CA

Total Comfort, Inc. provides a full range of water treatment installation services, including HALO water systems. If you need a water treatment system installed in your home, we can help. Contact us today to request an estimate on a water treatment system for your Corona area home.

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