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You Can Have Safe, Great-Tasting Water with Water Treatment by Groff’s

Does the water in your home have a foul smell? Does it taste bad? Is your white laundry turning brown, your bathtub turning green, or is scale building up on your sink fixtures? Are you concerned that your well water might not be safe to drink or bathe in? The water treatment team at Groff’s Heating, AC & Plumbing is ready to help homeowners in York, Lancaster, Berks, and Chester Counties make sure their water is soft and safe for their pipes and their families. Let’s discuss water treatment today.

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The Water Treatment Systems Supplied by Groff’s

Water treatment and disinfection isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution. In fact, there are many different solutions to a variety of water problems. Your water may require just one type of water treatment, or several of them in order to make your water safe and pleasant to use.

Hard water creates trouble, maintenance, and expense. A water softening system can dramatically extend the life of everything that your water flows through or to, including your faucets, dishwasher, washing machine, water heater, and boiler hot water coil. With a water softener, you can save up to 60% of the money you’re currently spending on cleaning and laundry. Softened water feels great in the shower and makes your clothing and linens feel softer, too.

If you have blue/green stains in your toilets, sinks, bathtub, or shower, a low pH level in your water could be leaching copper from your pipes and depositing it in your home. This will shorten the life of your pipes and fixtures, and eventually lead to leaks that could cause major damage. An acid neutralizer will raise the pH of your water to reduce damage to pipes—and even keep your hair from turning green.

The reverse osmosis process purifies your drinking water using three separate filters, removing 98% of all contamination. Eliminate the cost and hassles associated with buying bottled water with a unit that’s hidden under your kitchen sink.

You can protect yourself, your family, and your pets from illness with a UV water purifier installed on your water supply. Drinking and bathing in water that contains certain types of bacteria (such as chloroform, E. coli, protozoan cysts, and other waterborne diseases) can cause everything from intestinal distress to sterility. Unlike disinfection methods such as chlorination, UV treatment adds no chemicals to your water.

Unsightly brown and orange stains in your toilets, sinks, bathtubs, and showers are caused by high iron levels in your water. When iron oxidizes, it leaves that residue, which can be difficult or impossible to remove. An iron filter will remove iron from your water and soften it at the same time.

In-line sediment filters remove silt, sand, and other suspended matter from your home’s water. Not only are they small in comparison to larger water-treatment appliances, but the filters are also easy to change with some instructions from the Groff’s Home Comfort Team.

What’s Wrong With Your Water? Only a Test Can Tell Us

There are a variety of things that could be causing a bad odor, bad taste, or staining. Testing your water is the only way to determine what’s causing the problem and what type of (and how much) treatment will be necessary to correct your water.

The first step to fresh, clean water is a FREE water consultation. We’ll test your water on the spot for iron, pH, hardness, and TDS—and help you choose the best water system for your needs. Contact us today to schedule your FREE water test!

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For Water Treatment in All its Forms, Call Groff’s

No matter what’s ailing your water, you can have great-tasting, clean, fresh water that you’ll enjoy using with the help of some of the most innovative technologies, including:

Repairs and installation of the following:

  • Water Softeners
  • Acid Neutralizers
  • Ultraviolet (UV) Sterilization Systems
  • Whole House Filtration
  • Carbon Filtration
  • Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water
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Routine Maintenance

Installation of water treatment is just the first step to safe drinking water. Make sure to schedule Groff’s for yearly servicing of your water treatment equipment, including:

  • Filter Replacement
  • Media Refill
  • UV Bulb & Sleeve Replacement
  • System Control and Valve Repairs
  • Free Water Tests to Reassess Drinking Water

So matter what you call it—water sterilization, purification, remediation, conditioning, decontamination, detoxification, or sanitization—you have access to a water-treatment partner who has the ability to turn your home’s water into water you’ll want to drink, bathe in, and wash your laundry in. Let’s get started with a free water test!