To improve the water quality in your Columbia, SC- or Midlands-area home, speak with the water treatment professionals at Meetze Plumbing today. Whether you need help with hard water solutions or water filtration, our team can help. Or if something with your water filter has gone wrong, we can also perform water filtration repair as well. We offer a full line of Kinetico products.
Interested in learning more about our water treatment services in Columbia, SC, and throughout the Midlands? Call Meetze Plumbing at (803) 973-6689 or contact us online today.
Our Columbia Water Treatment Solutions
If you have a buildup of scale on your faucets, sinks, or pipes or you find it hard to build a lather with your detergent or soap, then you may be dealing with hard water. Hard water has high mineral content, leading to mineral buildup on your fixtures, appliances, and skin. At Meetze Plumbing, we can assist with a no-salt water conditioning system for your home. We can also perform a water softener installation service!
Water Filtration & Purification
Our water filtration and purification solutions remove contaminants and bacteria from your home’s water, providing your family with cleaner, better-tasting drinking water. You’ll have peace of mind knowing that the water you’re drinking is safe from contaminants without the high sodium levels common with salt-based water softening systems.
Save Money With Water Softeners & Water Filtration
Investing in water softener and water filtration services for your home will not only lead to healthier, safer water for your family to drink, but it will also increase the efficiency of virtually every appliance that utilizes water in your home. With a water softening solution, you could be reducing your soap and detergent usage by up to 25%, and with no more scale buildup on your faucets and appliances, you’ll be prolonging their life span by 50% or more. A no-salt water conditioning system may also save you up to $180 per year since you won’t have to purchase salt for your machine. With our upfront pricing and written guarantee, you can rest assured that your water treatment needs will be met quickly by one of our friendly professionals!
To save money with water filtration for your Columbia home, call Meetze Plumbing today at 803-973-6689 or contact us online!
Choose Meetze Plumbing for Water Treatment in Columbia, SC
Our team is fully licensed and insured, with the experience to help with all your water quality needs. We’ll take the time to answer any questions you have about improving your home’s water quality and ensure we find the right solution for your home and family. Our expertise is backed by continued excellence in our customer reviews!
For great water quality solutions for your home, speak with your local water quality experts in the Midlands at Meetze Plumbing today by calling 803-973-6689 or schedule an appointment online!
Frequently Asked Questions
When it comes to providing our customers with clean and safe water for their loved ones to enjoy, we’ve received a lot of questions. Here are some of the most common questions we get.
What is hard water?
The term “hard water” simply means that the water contains more minerals than ordinary water. The most common minerals are calcium and magnesium, and the degree of hardness increases when more of these minerals dissolve.
What is water softening?
Because hard water is known to clog pipes and damage plumbing appliances, water softening is a technique that serves to remove the calcium and magnesium ions in water that cause it to be hard.
What size water softener do I need?
Choosing the right size water softener is important. Fortunately, our team can make sure you get the correctly sized water softening system for your home’s water usage and needs. We will take into consideration the space you have available, as well as the running costs and wear and tear.
How long does it take for my water to become softer once I have a water softener installed?
Although this answer depends on the levels of mineral content initially in your home’s water, you can generally count on your water to reach peak softness in about two weeks.