If you’ve found yourself on this page, you’ve probably been told by your local plumber that you have “hard water” and that you need something called “water filtration.” So what does this mean?
Water is one of the most important substances in your life, second only to oxygen. You drink at least half a gallon of water every day, and you constantly come into contact with it when you:
You turn on your faucet, and there it is again...That scent of Los Angeles water. You know it all too well. If you took a swig, it would taste less than mountain-fresh. If you looked at it long enough, you would see a slight yellow color. You grimace and shake your head. Disgusting.
You’re doing a deep clean of your house, making sure it doesn’t look like a mess army attacked. You feel like a successful general fighting for cleanliness. That is until you discover the rooms where you’re losing the battle. The bathroom. The kitchen. Everything hard water touches is slipping away from your kingdom.
Hard water comes through your main waterline like a robber in the night. It slips into your plumbing unnoticed and steals money from you in the form of blocked-up fixtures, weakened pipes, and busted water heaters.
You love your home. It’s your steady rock in this world. That is until waves of plumbing issues hit you. You feel blindsided and stressed as the problems interrupt your plans and leave you with more bills to pay. So what can you do to protect your home? And what can you do to prepare for plumbing problems? We have a plan. A Home Protection Plan.
You start your day groggy and in need of a shower. You turn the hot water knob, and streams of piping hot water blasts you in the face. Now in pain, you look to your showerhead—the water spurts everywhere when all you want is a relaxing, steady stream of water.
Many questions will swirl around in your head before a plumbing appointment. How much will this cost me? Is my technician going to be knowledgeable? How long will this process take? Will they offer me a solution that meets my budget? Once you start thinking about the whole process, you won’t be able to stop.