Water Filters & Water Conditioning Systems

water filtration & water conditioningEliminate water problems throughout your home—from unsightly stains to tastes and odors. Many public and private water supplies require extra treatment to reduce sediment and turbidity, iron, manganese or hydrogen sulfide. Also, some water may be corrosive to plumbing fixtures or contain an excessive amount of chlorine. Arrow Plumbing water filters can handle these problems efficiently and economically.

If you live in the Houston area and you are worried about the water in your home, call Arrow Plumbing today. Our trained staff of highly skilled technicians and water filtration experts can test your home’s water quality and help you choose the perfect solution for your home.

Water Conditioning System & Whole-House Water Filters

With a water conditioner, you’re assured all of the drinking water coming out of your home’s faucets is safe for drinking and bathing. That’s why Arrow Plumbing is proud to offer the best water filtration and conditioning systems available. These systems offer to remove over 98% of the chlorine in your home’s tap water. This type of top-notch technology greatly reduces chlorine and heavy metals within your home’s water supply.

Faucet and Under the Counter Filters

For those worried solely about drinking water, a faucet mounted or under the counter filter provides a solid layer of protection against odd tastes, excess chlorine, chemicals or strange odors that build up in your water. The choice you make will depend on the amount of water you drink and whether you have a dishwasher or other device hooked up to your kitchen water supply. Under the counter drinking filters are more powerful with a five-micron filter for sediments and a highly effective carbon filter to remove any odors and chemicals. If you have a tremendous amount of bacteria or chemicals in your water, a double filter can provide extra filtration before it reaches your tap.

Water Softener

If your water is hard or has a very low pH balance, it may need to be treated more thoroughly. Water softeners are often used in conjunction with a reverse osmosis treatment device to ensure salinity doesn’t start to build up in your drinking water – a dangerous development if you’re not careful. Reverse osmosis is the most effective and thorough water treatment system on the market and will remove almost all potential contaminants.

Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration

When you are using a water softener, a reverse osmosis system is also critical to removing the excess sodium and other salts that build up in the water. This system removes everything from heavy metal buildups to carcinogens and excess potassium that are part of most normal water systems (especially if you have a softener installed).

Choosing the right system for your home can be tough. Because prices vary so much, it is a good idea to learn more about your particular needs before committing to either a kitchen only system or a reverse osmosis system.

Testing Your Drinking Water

The fastest and easiest way to determine which filtration system will work best for your home is to have a trained specialist come out and test the drinking water. A drinking water test involves checking the hardness of your water, testing for sediment and debris that can build up in the pipes and measuring the levels of key carcinogens like arsenic and sulfur that are common in some drinking water supplies. If you are concerned about lead or other metal build ups, a test like this will determine what type of filter will work best in your home.

If you decide it is time to call an expert to test your water, choose the company that has provided expert service and timely water filtration system installations and repairs for the Houston area for years. Arrow Plumbing will help you and your family not only learn which contaminants are really a risk in your home, but how to best deal with them on your budget.