Wisler Plumbing Provides Safe Water From Tap to Well
If your water comes from a community water system, the operator in your community is required to follow the regulations known as the Drinking Water Standards set by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). By law, they must protect drinking water quality by limiting the levels of specific contaminants that can adversely affect public health. That’s why they put chlorine in your water.
However, that same chlorine is caustic is slowly damaging the rubber seals and gaskets in your plumbing system and appliances. As the rubber breaks down, it will eventually cause faucets to drip.
Do you really want to drink the same chemical they put in pools?
Equal Opportunity Antagonists
According to the Western Virginia Water Authority over half of the water source for the Roanoke Area and Franklin County area is hard to moderately hard (see hardness report at WesternVAWater.org).
So whether you're on well water or community water you’re likely dealing with hard water. Furthermore, hard water is not the responsibility of the Environmental Protection Agency.
Hard water doesn’t just scum up your shower and leaves spots and dehydrated fog on your glassware and flatware. It does the same thing to your water heater only on a much larger scale.
Every time hard water is heated, minerals solidify and settle on and around the heating element. The heating element has to slog through the limescale; warm is the new hot and your energy costs start skyrocketing. Eventually the limescale mummifies inside your water heater and last rites must be administered.
Good Quality Water is Worth the Investment
If it turns out that you have impurities in your water that should be removed, Wisler Plumbing can install a tailored treatment solution that will rectify your water quality problems.
You’ll love the difference!
Water Treatment Systems
There are invisible adulterants in your water.
- Some smell bad.
- Some taste bad.
- Some leave a filmy residue.
- Some leave ugly stains in their wake.
- Some are harmful to your plumbing system.
- Some are harmful to your health.
Have Reason To Worry?
If you have one or more of these adulterants in your water, the answer is yes:
Choose Great Water
Don’t put up with crappy water in your home. The solution to your water issue is determined by what’s in your water that shouldn’t be there. That’s why we always start with a comprehensive water test. Once we know exactly what is in your water, we’ll know what has to be removed, and prescribe the solution that will fix it.
Likely Solutions Tailored for You:
These change your water by removing the invisible or adding elements to the water. Water treatment can remove calcium (hard water), iron which causes staining or raises the pH in acidic water by adding calcium to the water. A UV light is used to remove bacteria or any type of ozone or chlorine.
Homes with very problematic well water may need both a water treatment system and water filtration. For example, if your water has iron, hardness, pH issues, you should begin with a water treatment system that will clean the water so that a polishing filter like a refrigerator filter or reverse osmosis system can refine the water and make it taste great.
Benefits Of Whole-House Water Systems
Every drop of water flowing through your pipes affects you and your appliances. With a whole-house water system, you'll experience the benefits of clean and clear water in ways you wouldn't think of:
- healthier looking and feeling skin and hair
- extending the life of clothes because the chlorine, chloramines and other chemicals have been removed
- extending the lifespan of beauty supplies
- extending the life of water-using appliances
- reducing the number of times you have to replace water fixtures and faucets
- extending the life of your water heater
- reducing your utility bill
- extending the life of your pipes
- reducing your carbon footprint
156-Day Water Treatment Test Drive
We’re so confident you’ll like your new water treatment or water softener system, we’re giving you 156-days to test drive it.
We realize that you weren’t expecting to have to invest in a water treatment system. So we’re giving you way more time than you’ll need to fall in love with healthier, happier water. It’s an investment and we want you to be absolutely sure that you have the right water treatment system in your home.
If you decide, within 156-days of installation, that you’re dissatisfied with your water treatment system, we’ll remove the system, put the pipes back the way they were - for free - and return your money. No. Questions. Asked.
That’s our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.
Water Test Results Covering the Previous 6-months
These are the average results of water tests we've conducted in homes across our service area. This is here to guide you in deciding what's your best course of action. Of course, you can always ask us to come by and conduct a FREE water test.
Measured in grains per gallon (GPG), the lower the number, the softer the water.
- 0-3 gpg = Soft Water
- 3-6 gpg = Moderately Hard Water
- 6-9 gpg = Hard Water
- 9+ gpg = Extremely Hard Water
Measured in parts per million (PPM), you want as little iron as possible. The EPA recommends less than 0.3 ppm. Any reading over 0.3 ppm may cause red staining on plumbing fixtures and clothing. In addition to plumbing and clothing deterioration, excessive iron can cause stomach problems and have a negative effect on your skin.
You want this number to be as close to 7.0 - or neutral - as possible. The lower the reported number, the more acidic the water is. The higher the number, the more alkaline your water is. With more acidic water, you:
- May have pipes corroding a leaching unhealthy metals into your water
- Start experiencing a metallic or sour taste from the water
- Start seeing unexplainable stains on your laundry
- Your sinks and other fixtures will have a blue-green stain on them
- Have scale buildup on your plumbing
- Pay more to heat your water due to inefficiency (due to scale buildup)
- Experience a bitter taste in your coffee
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It Doesn’t Have To Be Confusing
Water treatment and water softener systems are not cheap. It is an investment. But it’s something we’ve helped more than 1,080 households in and around the Roanoke, Virginia area work through.
Troy Etter, one of our talented certified technicians, will talk with you and help decide what’s best for your house. Troy will look at the results of a water test, discuss costs and options, what your pipes are made of, and answer any questions you have. He’ll even tell you if you don’t need a water treatment system. Needless to say, Troy outfits (or doesn’t outfit) your house with a customized treatment system.
No Pressure Selling
Pressuring you to make a quick decision is just not our style. When you’re comfortable and happy with your decision, things just go better. When you have questions we’ll answer them. Even after we talk, we’ll respect whatever you decide to do.