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Homeowners in York and Lancaster counties can solve their most frustrating water quality problems with a targeted water treatment solution. One of the most effective solutions is a home water filtration system.
Neffsville Plumbing, Heating & Cooling Services offers water filtration services to help local homeowners enjoy fresher, cleaner water. Our experts source locally made products that address the specific water quality issues facing homes on well water or city water.
Request more information about home water filtration systems by calling (717) 625-1000 today.
The most common water quality issues homeowners face in York and Lancaster counties include:
We’ll conduct a water quality test to determine the right water treatment solutions for your home.
As you compare water filtration methods for your home, you’ll notice that water purifiers fall into two categories: point-of-use and point-of-entry filters.
Point-of-use filters are attached to a single fixture to filter the water you use there. They’re less expensive but limited — you’ll only have access to filtered water from a specific area in your home, like the kitchen sink. Your piping system might sustain damage without protection from the sediments a filter would remove. We recommend installing a POU filter if you’re only concerned about the water you drink and cook with, not bathwater or the water you use to wash clothes.
Point-of-entry filters are used in whole-home filtration systems. They’re installed where your main water line enters your home. This way, all water in your home is filtered. They’re more expensive than POU filters but can:
Want to improve your home’s water quality? Schedule water filtration services by calling (717) 625-1000.
Whole-home water treatment and purification involves installing a water filtration system at your main water line. This ensures that the water flowing from every faucet is clean and contaminant-free.
Our experts install the following filters:
Iron filters add oxygen to the water to remove dissolved iron particles. With an iron filter, you won’t have to deal with orange water, rust flecks in your water, or stained laundry.
Ultraviolet water purification systems use ultraviolet light to remove bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites. They are particularly useful for homeowners who use well water or are frequently under boil water advisories.
Chlorine can give water a bad taste and smell. Carbon filters remove chlorine from city water and well water. It also removes chemicals like pesticides and herbicides that may have entered your water supply.
Acid neutralizer filters use calcite, a mineral that raises pH levels, to decrease the acidity of water. Well water is often acidic, so an acid neutralizer filter is ideal for homeowners on well water, especially if you have red-orange water stains or blue-green stains on your plumbing fixtures.
Installing an under-sink filtration system is an effective way for homeowners to ensure the purity of their water.
Our team installs two types of water filtration systems:
Reverse osmosis filtration systems force water through a semi-permeable membrane that captures contaminants like lead, mercury, arsenic, bacteria, calcium, magnesium, and sodium. Water treated in a reverse osmosis system smells and tastes better than tap water, and using it can reduce health risks associated with poor water quality.
Two-stage drinking water systems, also called dual-stage drinking water systems, are made of two filters:
These systems offer several benefits, including a longer life span for your appliances, a reduced risk of drinking water contaminated by heavy metals, and better-tasting and -smelling water.