Carney All Seasons Blog: Archive for the ‘Water Treatment’ Category

Signs That Your Water Quality Needs Some Help

Monday, November 7th, 2022

If you take a drink of tap water from your kitchen sink and cringe at the taste, you may be wondering if there’s a way to fix it. Is your tap water doomed to always taste bad? It’s possible that you have poor water quality – meaning that there are contaminants and minerals in your drinking water that change its taste. 

Not all minerals are harmful to you, but removing them can improve your water’s taste. A water filtration system may be just what you need to improve the taste of your tap water. If you’re interested in water treatment in Bucks County, give our team a call. We can test your tap water and offer a variety of solutions so you can choose the one that best fits your needs. 

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Does Your Home Require a Water Softener?

Monday, March 28th, 2022

The water that comes from the tap is essential to our daily lives. You drink it, cook with it, use it to bathe, and wash dishes and your clothes in it. However, not all water is the same. Depending on where you live and your water source, it can be filled with different levels of various minerals– making it “hard.”  That’s where water softener comes in. 

In this article, we will lay out the differences between hard and soft water, discuss how a water softener works, and let you know when it’s time to get some for your house.

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Indications That You Need a Water Treatment System

Monday, October 2nd, 2017

waterIf you get your water from the city water main, you probably know that it goes through a treatment plant before it reaches your home. All kinds of harmful elements and germs can be found in natural water, which is what the treatment plant is there to remove. Now, some cities are better about removing contaminants than others. No city, though, can completely remove all potentially harmful materials from its water supply. There is always a chance that some trace particles will escape the treatment process, and end up in your home.

If you really want to protect your water supply from these kinds of contaminants, the best thing to do is to install a water treatment system. Some plumbing systems need whole house water treatment systems more than others, especially if they are experiencing symptoms like those listed below.

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Signs You Need a Water Treatment System

Monday, July 18th, 2016

Most people don’t think they need a dedicated water treatment system in their home. While it’s true that the majority of cities put their water supplies through substantial treatment before pumping it into people’s homes, it’s not 100% effective. There will always be small amounts of minerals, elements, and other harmful materials that make it into your home. Let’s take a look at some of the signs you need a water treatment system.

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How Does a Reverse Osmosis System Work?

Monday, November 23rd, 2015

Water treatment systems can ensure that all the water in your home is safe for all uses. There are a number of options available to homeowners when choosing a water treatment system, and one of these is a reverse osmosis system. Understanding the basics of how any whole home system works is a key factor in deciding whether or not the system could be a good choice for you, but so is working with an expert. The pros from Carney Plumbing Heating & Cooling have installed hundreds of water treatment systems over the years, so if you are ready to start using a whole home water treatment system, give us a call!

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Why Consider a Water Softener for My Home?

Monday, June 8th, 2015

You don’t have to look far in Bucks County to find rocks, dirt and trees. In fact, one of the things that makes our county so attractive is the wide landscapes we have. However, when water passes through these landscapes, passing around rocks and through soil, it picks up a number of minerals that become part of the ground water, making the water hard. Hard water isn’t bad for you, but it can be tough on your plumbing system, water-using appliances and your clothes. One of the best ways to handle hard water is to install a water softener into your home’s plumbing system in Doylestown, PA.

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