Water Filtration Services in the North Shore
Serving Salem, Beverly, Danvers, Peabody, Lynn & Surrounding Areas
Cranney cares about the overall water quality in your life and your home. Water filtration systems have two main functions: First, they “soften” the water by removing calcium and magnesium. Secondly, they naturally remove chlorine, chemical tastes, odors, and sediment, making water cleaner and clearer for your whole house.
Most importantly, water filtration systems protect your health. Some fact to consider: During a 10-minute shower, your body will take on 10 to 50 times the level of water-borne chemicals than it will from drinking a glass of the same water. During a warm shower, the pores of the skin open up and absorb chlorine and other chemicals at an accelerated rate. The steam you inhale during your shower is far more contaminated than the water itself due to the fact that synthetic chemicals, including chlorine, vaporize much faster than water. When we breathe these vaporized chemicals (steam), they go directly into the blood-stream. Similarly, while bathing, the body’s largest organ, the skin, absorbs chlorine and chlorine byproducts.
Water Filtration System Benefits
Calling Cranney to install a water filtration system can provide a plethora of benefits that will provide you with more comfort and more assured peace of mind. Common filtration benefits include:
- Mineral-free tap water
- Less money spent on bottled water
- Cleaner and healthier skin
- Healthy water for pets and animals
Types of Water Filtration Systems
Cranney Home Services can install a number of water filtration systems in your home. Some popular options include:
- Point-of-Use Systems – Reverse osmosis and R/O filters fall in this category. These filter the water at your kitchen sink or another particular faucet, leaving the rest of the water unfiltered.
- Whole-Home Systems – If you need to filter all of your water, you need a whole-home system. This will give fresh, filtered water in every room of your home.
- Water Softening Systems – Some water filtration systems remove the minerals that make water hard.
Not sure which one is right for you? Reach out to Cranney to get expert opinions from our licensed plumbers. Call 978-750-6900 or contact us online to discuss home filtration.
Go with the Pros at Cranney Home Services
Cranney Home Services will provide an efficient, effective, and professional water filtration system installation that will bring you great-tasting and safe water for years. We will perform this installation in a minimally disruptive manner and it will be done right the first time.
For 40 years, the plumbing experts dispatched by Cranney have shown the utmost respect and gratitude to all of our amazing customers. We consider our customers to be part of the Cranney family, and our first and only priority is maintaining our family’s comfort and safety. Every job we perform includes a no-bull, detailed quote before any work starts as well as a thorough cleanup when any job is done.
We're ready to serve 7 days a week, so call Cranney for any water filtration system installation or maintenance you need!
Frequently Asked Water Filtration Questions
Does a water filtration system protect against hard water?
Some water filtration systems remove the minerals and impurities that make water hard. This can help protect against hard water buildup while also giving you cleaner, fresher water to drink.
How can I know what's in my water?
City water comes with a Consumer Confidence Report each year. This tells you what is in your water. Read the CCR to determine if there are impurities you need to be concerned with. For wells, certified lab water analysis is necessary.
How can I maintain my water filtration system?
Home water treatment systems need replacement filters or membranes from time to time. They may also need maintenance to keep them working well. Talk to your plumber about recommended maintenance steps to take to protect your filtration system.
What is water filtration?
Water filtration takes place when water passes through filters to remove impurities, colors, odors, and tastes. TYpically, water filtration systems have a cartridge that contains a filter medium. Water passes through the medium where the impurities are removed, then flows through the tap to be used in your North Shore home.
North Shore and
Merrimack Valley Areas include:
Salem | Andover | Danvers | Lynnfield | Melrose and surrounding cities