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Water Treatment

Water Filtering

Water quality is no small issue. It is recommended that homes install a water filtration system to ensure that the water they use for drinking, cooking, and chores is not contaminated. It is more common than not that the tap water in homes is contaminated with chemicals, metals, or minerals, which, while in small amounts, is not dangerous, is hazardous in long-term situations and if used daily. We recommend implementing a whole-house water filtration system for the best contamination removal to get the cleanest possible water in your home.

At Lutz Plumbing, our water filtration system services often begin with an evaluation of your water quality. We ensure that you get the best filtration option based on your needs, whether that be carbon filters or a reverse osmosis system. Let us ensure your water is safe.

Water Softeners

One of the most common ways to take action against hard water is by installing a whole–house water softener. If you want to make sure that your plumbing is safe, this makes for a great option.

A water softener will:

Be easier on your appliances

Provide soft water to your entire house

Help with laundry, leaving your clothing softer

Reduce water spots in the sink and on countertops

Reduce water spots on dishes, glassware, and silverware

And more!

Water Testing

From chlorine to chromium, there are plenty of chemicals, metals, and minerals flowing through your water, whether you get it from a well or from a municipal supply. You rely on your plumbing system to deliver water to every sink, shower, toilet, and plumbed appliance in the home, but it’s useless if your water quality is poor.

Regular tests on your water supply can be essential to ensure proper care of you and your plumbing.

Some common reasons to test your water could be…


If your water tastes like something other than water, don’t just settle for it. There is likely a good reason, and only a professional water test will give us the information to recommend a water treatment system.

Discoloration Around the Faucet & Drains

One of the most characteristic signs that you have “hard water” is the remnants of mineral deposits left around your drains and faucets. If there is a greenish or yellowish buildup or even a reddish one, then it’s best to get it checked out.

Well Water

In general, well tests should be conducted at least once every five years – more often if there has been any change that could affect the quality of the groundwater, such as septic tank leakage into the soil and surrounding area.

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