Free in-home water quality analysis and water usage audit
Assistance with design and selection of the right water treatment and filtration systems for your home
Handpicked, licensed and insured, background checked water treatment installation contractors
Top quality water treatment products and installation with a minimum one year warranty on labor
Start-to-finish project tracking and management with MyInstall
Industry-leading water treatment installation standards that consistently earn high customer ratings
Flexible financing options along with one competitive project price
WHY WATER TREATMENT?
Filtering or treating your water creates numerous benefits for you and your home.
Provides bottle-quality, crystal--clear water from your tap.
Enhances flavor of coffee, tea, soup and pasta. Also, cleanup is easier.
Bath & Shower
Reduces harsh effects on skin, which feels softer, and hair, which looks silkier.
Makes clothes feel softer and last longer -- with whiter whites and brighter brights -- while using less detergent.
Improves efficiency of water heaters, washing machines and dishwashers.
Offers a cost-saving alternative to bottled water.
Reduces water bottles in landfills.
IMPORTANCE OF TESTING
Understanding what's in your home's water will determine the best water filtration solution for your household.
Find out with our FREE in-home water analysis.
We will provide a complimentary test of your water, complete a basic plumbing inspection and make recommendations based on any hard water issues and your family's water-quality needs.
We'll review water softening and filtration benefits -- from reverse osmosis, carbon filters and speciality filters to UV light systems.
With news of pharmaceuticals in our water supply,the effects of chlorine, industrial and biological contamination, our aging water infrastructure and the natural substances that degrade water's taste and feel, we're all concerned about the quality of our water.
Since water quality varies from home to home, and no two homes are alike, what’s right for one family may not be right for yours.
Although our water supply is considered safe, water is a universal solvent. It absorbs a little bit of anything it touches.
A FREE in-home analysis is a definitive step in determining if you face any of the following water-quality issues:
Found in 85% of the U.S., it contains one grain or more of calcium or magnesium per gallon.
Also known as turbidity. Usually caused by dissolved or suspended solids.
Disinfectant added to water supply to kill harmful bacteria, but no longer needed by the time it reaches the home.
Known as the “Erin Brockovich chemical,” hexavalent chromium is a carcinogenic that has been found in tap water.
Taste and Odor
Water's original state is colorless, tasteless and odorless.
Bacteria & Viruses
State and local water treatment facilities cannot ensure drinking water is entirely free of microbial pathogens.
The most effective solutions for improving water quality focus on point-of-entry products and point-of-use products. These two ways to process water include the following options:
Our consultants will help you find any combination that best suits your water-quality needs.
Remove minerals, such as calcium and manganese, that cause hard water.
Removes harmful contaminants such as arsenic, lead, sulfate, chlorine, VOCs, rust, sediment and more.
Remove sediment, chlorine and other organic compounds.
Remove sediment, primarily metal and sulfur.
Used for wells, lakes and unknown water sources to eliminate bacteria, viruses and other pathogens.
While our water supply remains constant, it is, however, affected by the environment.
Treatment not only helps water return to its natural state, but also provides such additional benefits as prolonging the life of appliances and clothes.
Learn more about water treatment
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See What to Expect
When you sign up for your water softener consultation, you’ll receive MyInstall, an online tool that provides up-to-date job progress information. Plus, you’ll get start-to-finish support on the key phases of your project, including:
• Consultation • Installation
• Purchase • Completion
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• Communication with your primary contact
• Project milestones and what to expect throughout the process
• Tips to prepare yourself and your home for each installation phase
• FAQs, support and information
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is water treatment?
A: Water treatment is the process of filtering or chemically treating water. The most effective ways to improve water quality are point of entry (POE) and point of use (POU). POE involves such products as water softeners and whole-house water filters. These remove such minerals as calcium and manganese that cause hard water or other sediment buildup from an incoming water source. POU involves such products as under-sink water filtration including reverse osmosis, which removes such harmful contaminants as arsenic, lead, sulfate, chlorine, VOCs, rust, sediment and more.
Q: What are the benefits of water treatment?
A: Benefits of water treatment go beyond cleaner, odorless, better-tasting water. You also may notice a change elsewhere. After softening hard water, your skin may feel softer. Your hair may feel silkier. You'll notice that soap suds last longer and your clothes may feel softer. All with a reduced need for detergents and cleansers. Appliances like water heaters, dishwashers and washing machines will not only perform more efficiently but also last longer. Pipes and other appliances will also benefit from the reduction of calcium and magnesium buildup. And don't forget the impact on the environment -- fewer bottles heading to the landfill.
Q: Why does water needed to be filtered?
A: Water is never destroyed. The same water that nourished the dinosaurs nourishes us as the never-ending water cycle continues to purify the same water over and over. However, as water falls back to earth as rain, it picks up air pollutants and dust. Once it hits the ground, this universal solvent dissolves and collects everything from sediment to pesticides. In the U.S., 80-90% of the total available water supply comes from this ground water.
To schedule a FREE analysis of your water, please call 1-855-830-5076.
RELY ON THE HOME DEPOT FOR YOUR WATER SOFTENER INSTALLATION
Hard water finds its way into 85% of the homes in the U.S. As a universal solvent that absorbs minerals, organic compounds and more, water often needs to be softened, filtered or chemically treated to return to its natural, odor- and taste-free state. Filtering or chemically treating your home's water supply also provides benefit in the kitchen, bath and laundry, as well as to the environment.
While our water supply ranks as one of the safest in the world, it still may contain unwanted chemicals or minerals. Effective water filtration focuses on point-of-entry products and point-of-use products that include water softeners, reverse osmosis, carbon filters, speciality filters and ultraviolet filters.
Find out what's in your water today. During our FREE in-home analysis, we'll test your water, evaluate your current plumbing system and make recommendations based any hard water issues and your family's water-quality needs. We'll also review the benefits of water purification systems and water softener systems.
You can trust The Home Depot -- we handpick home service professionals who meet the highest standards for experience, know-how and customer service to get your water filtration installation done right. We screen and perform background checks on all of our service providers before we send them out on any job to ensure they have all applicable licenses and insurance.
The Home Depot also has credit and/or project loan financing options. When you hire The Home Depot for your water softener installation or water filtration system installation, you know we'll get the job done right and stand behind our work.
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