Tega Cay Water Line and Water Filtration
Water quality problems are all over the news these days. From problems with old, corroded water lines or ever-changing drinking water standards and associated health concerns, more and more homeowners are choosing to drink filtered water and are investing in repiping old plumbing. That's where Tega Cay Water Line and Water Filtration services come into play.
Why Work With Us?
Knowledgeable and experienced. We've been evaluating plumbing systems, repairing water line breaks, repiping homes and installing water filtration systems in Tega Cay since 1997. We can quickly identify problems related to older plumbing or help you determine what the best water filtration system is for your home.
Dedicated to your satisfaction. We do what's right for you. Check out our 1000+ five-star reviews and you'll see that we have a stellar reputation for meeting customer needs.
We know water quality issues. Read up on chlorine by-products, fluoride, and other water quality concerns to know what you're up against. We'll help you choose the best solution to ensure your family is drinking clean, pure water.
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Need a Tega Cay water specialist who understands your concerns? Give us a call at 704-846-5371 and talk with one of our plumbing techs about water quality today.
Water Quality Issues
North Carolina is rated as having "high" water quality concerns, as depicted on this map provided by Pelican Water Systems.
According to Pelican Water Systems, North Carolina water problems include: chlorine byproducts, lead and HAAs.
Chlorine Byproducts: Byproducts form when chlorine, chloramines and other disinfectants react in water. Eye, skin and respiratory irritation, and an increased risk of cancer can result from consumption and exposure. Byproducts include Bromodichloromethane, Dibromochloromethane, Chloroform, Bromoform and Dichloroacetic acid.
Lead: A metal that typically leaches into water from corroding lead pipes and plumbing fixtures as was the case in Flint, MI. Lead is highly toxic to nearly every system in the body and has been linked to neurobehavioral development problems in children.
HAAs: Total Haloacetic acids refers to the sum of concentrations of five related disinfection byproducts in water. Surface water pollution results in greater quantities of HAAs in drinking water, and long-term exposure can increase the risk of cancer and developmental defects, and can induce mutations and DNA damage.
In order to protect your family from water quality issues, it's important to check your plumbing system for the possibility of lead leaching into your water. It's also advisable to install a water filtration system to remove chlorine byproducts and HAAs.
Looking for Tega Cay Water Quality Specialists?
Call us at 704-846-5371 to talk to a water quality expert. We'll help you find the right solutions to your water quality concerns.