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San Marcos Water Treatment

Contact Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Air to Get the Water You Deserve

Did you know that cities in San Diego County are known for having hard, minerally water? In addition to tasting bad, irritating your skin and your hair, and breaking down your clothes and dishes, hard water also isn’t great for your plumbing system, and can cause your pipes and other equipment to wear out faster. That’s why Anderson Plumbing Heating & Air is proud to offer San Marcos water treatment for properties of all shapes and sizes. We provide options including water softeners and water filtration systems, so you always get the perfect choice for your home’s needs. Call now to learn more about what water treatment can do for you from our experts at Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Air.

For water treatment options in the San Marcos area, dial (866) 374-0402.

Water Softeners v. Water Filtration: Which Is Right for Me?

Although water softeners and water filtration systems are both forms of water treatment, they are far from the same thing. Water filtrations devices are made to do exactly what their name implies, i.e. to filter out minerals, chemicals, and other substances from hard water. Water softeners, on the other hand, insert additives into your water to negate the taste and effects of any present contaminants.

Both water softeners and water filters are an effective way of improving your water’s taste and texture. At Anderson Plumbing Heating & Air, we offer whole-home and point-of-use water filtration systems, which can be used to get rid of calcium, magnesium, and even trace amounts of fluoride that may be present in your municipal water supply. We also offer water softeners that can neutralize the effects of limescale and prevent the build-up of other deposits and substances. No matter what option you’re interested in, if you’re looking for water treatment in San Marcos, CA, Anderson Plumbing Heating & Air is the company to call.

Trust Experience, Trust Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Air

Since 1978, Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Air has been going above and beyond to ensure that all our customers feel safe, comfortable, and happy in their homes. Contact our San Marcos water treatment pros today for special deals and discounts, as well as affordable financing options. And remember, we are available 24/7/365 in case of emergency!

Call to get an affordable rate on a water treatment system today. Our San Marcos team is available by phone at (866) 374-0402, or you can request service online.

Tips & Advice

Tips & Advice From Our Experts

  • Regulate Water Pressure
    Water pressure should be checked at least once a year or whenever you have a plumber in your home. When we visit a doctor, no matter the reason, they will always check a patient’s blood pressure. Water pressure should be treated similarly. A pressure-reducing device in proper working order is incredibly important to maintaining a healthy water delivery system in your home. Water pressure should never exceed 80 psi. Anything reading above 80 psi. is an indication of a failing water pressure-reducing device and should be addressed as soon as possible. If you're unsure about your water pressure, we can visit your home and use a gauge to measure your incoming water pressure for you. Then we can discuss any options that might be available to give you peace of mind and ensure a healthy water system.
    Devin, Plumbing Service & Sales Manager
  • High Water Pressure?
    Noticing high water pressure at plumbing fixtures in your home? Water pressure in the home is similar to blood pressure in the body - it needs to be regulated to keep the system healthy. When unregulated water pressure causes damage to the plumbing system, this can lead to emergency plumbing calls, like flooding. Having a water pressure regulator installed is MUCH more cost-effective than mold remediation or replacing flooring or drywall! So we recommend installing or repairing water pressure regulators to protect your whole home.
    Zach, Dispatch Manager
  • How Long Does Concrete Sewer Pipe Last?
    Some sewer pipe is made from Concrete. Typically, this type of concrete pipe lasts a long time, but we do see problems start at the connections due to ground settling or tree root intrusion. Concrete pipe is susceptible to cracks – just like a concrete sidewalk – particularly when stressed from tree roots or offsets. The average lifespan of concrete sewer lines, before you start to encounter stoppage problems, is 30 years. The most common reasons for sewer line stoppages with concrete lines include offsets at connections and breaking pipe due to tree roots and ground settling.
    Miguel, Sewer Replacement Specialist
  • Don't Give Plumbing Fixtures a "Hard" Time...
    Water with high mineral content is called "hard water". Two of the minerals we encounter most in beautiful San Diego are calcium and magnesium. These molecules find each other and bind themselves together to create the powdery deposits we see on our fixtures and shower doors. Hardness affects everything it comes in contact with. It wreaks havoc on dishwashers and can drastically shorten the life of your tankless or traditional tank type water heater. Deposits attach to vital components of your plumbing system and adhere to the interior of your pipes, progressively getting worse and worse until it gets so bad it must be addressed. The best solution is an anti-scale device. We always encourage homeowners to do their research, but we recommend a device that sends a very light a.m. frequency (much like an a.m. radio) through the water column and disturbs molecules enough to keep them from binding together and ganging up on your plumbing system. The initial investment may be off-putting, but in the medium, to long run, it can save you tens of thousands of dollars in repairs and replacements, including plumbing fixtures like faucets, washing machines, dishwashers failure, failing pipes and flooding! So, do some research and find out what will best serve you. Our plumbing system experts are always happy to consult with you and help you get on the right path.
    Devin, Plumbing Service & Sales Manager
  • When to Replace Heating & Air Conditioning System
    A common question I get asked is, “When do I need to replace my furnace or air conditioner?" Actually, you can keep repairing virtually forever, but this is not necessarily cost effective. A good rule of thumb is: Replace when your heat pump or air conditioner is more than 10 years old, and your furnace when it is 15 years old (or repair costs start to exceed the value of unit). Heating and cooling equipment has become MUCH more efficient in recent years. Replacement of older, less efficient systems should absolutely be considered now based on current financing options, tax benefits, municipality rebates and low-interest rates. You should consider replacement if you have any of these concerns: System needs expensive repairs, the utility bill is too high, rooms are too hot or too cold, you have humidity problems, your home has excessive dust, or the system is too noisy.
    Mary Jean, President
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