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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

  • Even Tiny Roots Cause Sewer Damage
    Tree roots are a major cause of pipe damage and should never be present in a properly functioning sewer line. Once cut, even fine, hair-like roots will grow back into the sewer line quicker. Once trees and shrubs find a source of water and nutrients (like the inside of the sewer pipe), they will vigorously attempt to re-establish roots in the pipe after cutting. Root growth outside the pipe will crush or crumble pipe as the root becomes more established, leading to a progression of pipe misalignments, bellies, and collapses.
    Kyle, Drain Service & Sales Manager
  • What Is a Residential Split System?
    Not to be confused with ductless mini split systems, a residential split system is where you have the furnace or air handler in the house - either in the garage, hallway or attic, and the outdoor air conditioner (also known as the condensing unit ) is outside on the side of the house. It's called a split system because one is inside, another one is outside. Otherwise, there are HVAC package units where the whole system is combined, and it looks like a box that sits on top of the house.
    Bryan, HVAC Service Manager
  • Tree Roots Collapse Sewer
    Nothing good ever happens when roots invade your drain or sewer line. While the tree roots inside your pipe may be small initially, the root system is fed generously and can cause major (and more costly) damage as they continue to grow and strengthen. What will certainly occur is root penetration will increase, causing a larger and larger separation. This will result in the two pipe sections separating more, causing wastewater to leak out and erode the base underneath the connection. This progression can lead to a full collapse of the sewer line.
    Kyle, Drain Service & Sales Manager
  • Don't Let Drips Drain Your Wallet...
    High water bill? Could be any number of things, but methodical troubleshooting can save a lot of time and money. First, listen and look for any obvious signs of leaks. The dog may have found a new favorite place to nap which could indicate a slab leak. Check for movement at your water meter while you are sure nothing is running. Dye test toilet tanks to identify failing flappers and flush valves. Do you hear your toilet filling up at night? Look closely at ceilings and baseboards for discoloration and/or bubbling. Check under sinks and place newspaper on the bottoms of vanities to clearly see if drips occur. This is a good starting point, but if you still are unable to identify the origin of a leak, call a licensed plumber, this will save you time and money in the long run. And remember, don't let drips drain your wallet!
    Devin, Plumbing Service & Sales Manager
  • Keeping Your Family Safe When Hiring a Contractor
    Many homeowners are concerned about safety, and it can be unnerving to let a complete stranger into your home for plumbing or HVAC repairs. The best way to protect yourself and your home from unscrupulous or dangerous contractors is to research the company or contractor. Educate yourself regarding a company’s reputation and business practices. Some of the more reputable sources for this information are the CSLB, the BBB and verified review sites like Angie's List. Make sure the contractor you hire is LICENSED, insured and exercises due diligence when hiring, from felony background checks to drug testing. Not all plumbing and HVAC contractors are licensed, and many do not perform sufficient background checks. Be diligent and vigilant in protecting your greatest assets: you, your family and your home.
    Julie, Plumbing Service & Sales Manager
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