Water is an extremely important aspect of our daily lives because we use it throughout the day. We drink water, cook with water, bathe in water, and participate in many other activities involving water – all in the same day!
Our water treatment systems can be installed in residential or commercial properties. The water that comes from your pipes may contain undesirable chemicals, biological contaminants, suspended solids and gases. Botticelli Plumbing & Heating specializes in water testing and water filtration services in Danbury, CT. Please contact us
for more information.
If you want to enjoy crisp and clear water, a filter is the most practical solution for you. Try a carbon filter that will effectively clean and purify your water. Our systems have filters with granular activated carbon (GAC) to remove certain chemicals, particularly organic chemicals, from water.
Hard water can be tough on your pipes, plumbing system, and even your skin. A water softener is a device that softens water by removing certain minerals. Water softeners have a separate brine tank that uses common salt to create a brine solution that will drive calcium and magnesium ions into the beads of water in your system. Calcium and magnesium carry positive charges, which means they will cling to the beads as hard water passes through your mineral tank.
Whole House Filtration
A whole house water filtration system is designed to deliver clean and clear water to every faucet and bath in your home without drawing down water pressure. A whole house filter connects to the main water line entering your home so that each faucet will dispense treated water.
A water pump is a container made of aluminum or iron, which is part of your treatment system. It contains an impeller, which looks similar to a fan, and it circulates your water to cool it throughout the system.
It is our goal to inform customers about water treatment and purification. We value fresh and clean water, and it is our mission to provide viable solutions for drinking water. Our team proudly offers comprehensive yet accessible information about the water in Danbury, which we use every day.
To learn more about the purity of your water, please call (203) 794-9297 today.