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Water Treatment and Conditioning

Partner with a Benjamin Franklin water treatment quality expert for the water conditioning solutions, so you can enjoy a perfect glass of water from your tap — every time.

Water Conditioning To Remove Chlorine

While chlorine performs the important job of destroying bacteria in the public water supply, we don’t want it in our home water supply. First of all, traces of chlorine ruin the flavor of your drinking water. In addition, showering in chlorine has been shown to dry out your skin and hair. Treat your water with a whole-house water conditioning solution — chlorine will still do its job, but it won’t make into your home.

Water Conditioning To Improve Your Drinking Water

Would you rather reach for an expensive bottle of filtered water or simply drink from the tap? We install a variety of whole-house and sink-mounted water filters, including the popular Reverse Osmosis filters. With a Benjamin Franklin Plumbing Water Conditioning system, you can enjoy water as pure and refreshing as the most expensive bottles — right from your sink.

Fall leaves can contaminate water gutter

How Does Fall Weather Impact Tap Water?

What Impacts Your Tap Water? Has your tap water been tasting a little funky lately? Or perhaps, you’ve noticed white specks on glasses – a telltale sign of hard water and sediment build-up. Autumn months can have a big impact on your water quality. It’s not uncommon to see heightened levels of the following due […]Read More
hard water shower head

Spot the Signs: How to Check For Hard Water

It’s Easier to Check for Hard Water Than You Think   Water is a main ingredient in your daily life. From the water you drink, to the water you shower in, to the water that washes your clothes and dishes. You rely on that water to be good for you — and your home. That’s […]Read More
Haloacetic acids may be in the water you drink.

Haloacetic Acids in Drinking Water: What to Know

Get the facts about Haloacetic acids and other byproducts that can end up in your drinking water.Read More