Water Quality in Southeast Florida
Water Filtration & Quality Services on Florida’s Treasure Coast
Nobody likes rust stains on their plumbing fixtures, hard water spots on their dishes, or even worse…dry, itchy skin. These are just a few issues caused by hard water. The good news is Miranda Plumbing Services can help. We offer a full line of water softeners, filters, and treatment systems to correct your water quality issues.
Water Filter Installation & Service
Water filter installation is an important step to take if you want the water supply at your home or business to be cleaner, healthier, and great tasting. Many people buy water filter pitchers, bottled water, or a filter for their kitchen faucet, but this doesn’t keep up with the demand for purified water if you have a family or own a business. As well, a kitchen water filter doesn’t help with the laundry or the shower. If your water supply has impurities or sediment, this water is not just in your kitchen, it’s with you in the shower when you bathe, it’s in your clothes, and everywhere else you use water. Water high in sediment and other impurities can taste bad, cause staining, and possibly make you ill.
How a Water Filter Improves Your Life
Water filter installation, water filter service, and water filter repair can solve a lot of water contamination problems. A whole house water filter can remove the taste and odor of chlorine, and reduce lead, mercury, microbial cysts, sediment, and agricultural pollutants in your water. These pollutants can come from corrosion of household plumbing systems, erosion of natural deposits, decay of asbestos, and run-off from landfills and croplands. A whole house water filter is different because it is located on the main line before it enters your water heater. This means both the hot and cold water and the water throughout your entire house will be filtered water. So, not only will your water taste better, your laundry will be cleaner, and there won’t be pollutants on your skin when you shower.
Don’t Do-It-Yourself Water Filter Installation
Water filter installation isn’t something you should do yourself. Whole house water filter service or even under-sink water filter installation is one of those projects home improvement centers advertise as being a do-it-yourself project. However, any project where you have to turn off the water supply and cut out a piece of the main supply pipe is not something you should try on your own. If you look at the directions for a water filter, after you cut out a section of the main pipe, you will also be installing adapter couplings and compression fittings. Then, you may need to attach the water filter to the wall and make sure you can get to the filter so you can remove it when it needs changing. The most important part of the directions, however, is to check for leaks when you are finished. This is where we come in.
Professional Water Filter Installation
Water filter installation that is done professionally doesn’t require you cut up your pipes and hope you don’t have a major plumbing leak when you are finished. Call Miranda Plumbing Services if you want professional water filtration services instead of water pipe repair. We can bring the water filter to your home, have it quickly installed and guarantee your water filter will be working properly for a long time. We also provide professional water filter repair and pipe replacement if you have old pipes that are part of the water problem. At Miranda Plumbing Services, we can help make sure all of the water coming from your faucets is pure and clean.
Not sure if your current system is running properly or efficiently?
Don’t worry…Miranda Plumbing Services can help. We would be happy to come out and take a look at your current system. Not only will we evaluate the age of your system, but we will test the water coming out of it for hardness, iron and PH levels. We will also see how often your current system regenerates. Not only do you want a system that treats your water properly but it also needs to do so efficiently by wasting as little water as possible, because water is our most valuable resource and needs to be treated as such.
Is it time for a new water softener system?
The average life span of a water softener is 10 to 15 years. Many softeners continue to run after this period but their resin tanks start to get fouled out and do not treat the water as efficiently as they used to. This means additional salt and water usage. We can help with installing a new system designed to meet your water needs. Since we are a local company, we are very familiar with the local water conditions and how to treat them. We would be happy to design a system to meet your needs.
Commercial Water Treatment Needs
Give us a call and we can help with both standard commercial water treatment needs and any advanced requirements needed in manufacturing and health services. We love a challenge and are confident we’re the right company for the toughest jobs our community has to offer.