Hard Water Issues

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Several factors can affect the quality of the water in your home or business. The most common factors of are hard water issues and an unpleasant taste and odor resulting from city water and well water.

Hard water stains in a sink

Hard water can deteriorate your faucets and plumbing fixtures

Hard Water

Water containing calcium and magnesium minerals is the most common producer of hard water. Over time, hard water can damage plumbing pipes, water heaters, faucets, and shower heads. Even worse, it will clog plumbing pipes, wear down water-using appliances, and decrease the overall water flow to your home or business.

Unpleasant Taste and Odor

Yuck! Poor tasting water and odor is just plain nasty. Moreover, it can be a sign of something worse happening in your city water. City water disinfected with chlorine, in some instances, will cause your water to taste and smell like a swimming pool. In addition, over-chlorinated water causes unnecessary wear and tear on your laundry.

Busted Rusty Pipes

Hard water build up can damage plumbing pipes

If your water supply comes from a well water source, the water may contain iron or organic matter. Both iron and organic matter can make your water very unpleasant to drink.

The Solution

An innovative solution to effectively eliminate hard water and unpleasant tastes and odors from your drinking water is water treatment. Clark County Plumbing & Drain offers residential and commercial water filtration services

Filtered Water

Enjoy Clean Filtered Water

Clark County Plumbing is a vetted member of the Home Services Network of SW Washington (HSN). HSN members are currently offering $25 off your next service with any member of the HSN.

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