Water Treatment Solutions in Broomfield, Denver, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins, and the Surrounding Area
Most people don’t think they need a dedicated water treatment system in their home but having this system can help improve the quality and taste of your water.
Without a properly functioning water treatment system, your family could be ingesting harmful amounts of substances such as lead, heavy metals, and magnesium. Cooper Heating & Cooling offers a full range of water treatment solutions in Broomfield and throughout the Denver and Colorado Springs metro areas.
Signs You Need a Water Treatment System
A big sign that you need water treatment is if the look, smell, and taste of your water are off. One of the easiest ways to tell if your water quality has issues is to pour a glass of water and look at it. If the water is cloudy, has a smell, or tastes bad, you should look into a water treatment system.
Some water contaminants like iron, manganese, and sulfur can produce stains on whatever they touch. They can stain your clothes, dishes, and even your toilet or bathtub.
Finally, if your home has frequent plumbing problems, you should look into a water treatment system. Your home’s pipes are in constant contact with your tap water. Water quality issues like hard water can wreak havoc on your plumbing system.
Water Treatment System Maintenance
There are a couple of things that you can do to make sure your water treatment system stays in the best possible condition. First, always make sure to schedule regular maintenance for your water treatment system. You should include your plumbing system in that maintenance.
Preventive maintenance allows your plumber to find and fix issues long before they progress far enough to threaten the system. You can save quite a bit of money on repair and replacement costs by scheduling water treatment maintenance at least once a year.
Second, you should call for a system repair or maintenance as soon as you think there might be an issue with it. Once a problem develops in the system, it will only continue to get worse and hurt the quality of your water.