Water Filtration on Long Island
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Water quality is an issue that most homes struggle with, and most homeowners may not even know about. Do you struggle with limescale buildup on your faucets and fixtures? Does the water coming from your tap have a strange taste or color to it? Do you find that you’re spending a ton of money every month buying flat after flat of single-use water bottles just so you can have clean water to drink? At Master Plumbing Heating Cooling, we want to help you find a practical and high-quality solution for your water problems, and we do that by offering premium water filtration systems designed to offer your entire home the high-quality water you deserve.
Master Plumbing Heating Cooling knows that poor-quality water can be a huge burden on your life, and that’s why we’re here to help you do away with the issue for good. Our water filtration options are individually tailored to your water, ensuring you are targeting your most prominent water issues effectively. From simple setups like reverse osmosis systems to high-capacity whole-home solutions, every product we install has been proven to do the job right and withstand the test of time. Our installation services are reliable and designed to make sure your water filtration needs are met in fast and stress-free way. When you trust your home to Master Plumbing Heating Cooling, your satisfaction is guaranteed, and we don’t think we’ve done our job right until we’ve earned it. We even offer 24/7 repair services in the event something happens to your water filtration system, even outside of regular business hours!
Call Master Plumbing Heating Cooling at (631) 391-9292 today and schedule a consultation appointment to learn more about our great water filtration solutions.
What’s in My Water?
Is your water really as clean as you think? Surveys and studies suggest it probably isn’t. While we’re extremely blessed to live in a place where running water and indoor plumbing are both tremendously common, the truth is the water flowing from the public supply isn’t as clean as we’d like to think. These inclusions are not necessarily bad for you (they’re usually in immensely small amounts), and in fact some are actually extremely beneficial, but it’s easy to understand why you may want to remove as many of these unexpected inclusions as possible.
It’s not uncommon for water on Long Island to include:
- Metals (aluminum, cadmium, silver, chromium)
- Bacteria & viruses
Whole Home Water Filtration
Whole-home water filtration uses one large filtration system to remove a huge portion of the unwanted impurities from your water. These systems are usually mounted on your main water input line, and are thus found outside your home near the front, or sometimes in a room near the front of your home, such as your garage. Whole-home water filtration systems often use several different water filtration media to target different inclusions and improve overall results while still ensuring a high capacity.
Whole-home water filtration is generally a much bigger investment than a smaller filtration system, but the benefits are obvious. These single whole-home systems make sure that every tap, faucet, and appliance in your home has the clean and clear water that you’re looking for, and they do so with minimal maintenance and often use little to no additional energy. Have you ever wanted to simply turn on the tap and have drinking-quality water? A quality Long Island water filtration system from Master Plumbing Heating Cooling is how.
Reverse Osmosis Systems
Reverse osmosis is a method of water filtration that is significantly slower, but yields perhaps the cleanest water of any type of commonly-available in-home water filtration. These systems are usually far more affordable than whole-home options, but usually only produce enough water to service a small tap that is usually mounted near your kitchen sink. However, this doesn’t mean reverse osmosis systems aren’t as good—they’re highly desirable for many homeowners, as they can usually produce enough water to service things like in-refrigerator water dispensers and ice makers as well as provide you with a supply of clean drinking water.