Clean drinking water makes a big difference to your family. Unwanted minerals and metals in your home’s water can also damage your plumbing, your clothing, and your appliances. Expert Plumbing Service is pleased to offer Iron Break, an effective shield against iron, manganese, and sulfur that gives your home healthier water.
Clean water means better health for you and your family. Water that contains high levels of sulfur often smells of rotten eggs. This smell can permeate your home, making you or guests feel ill or uncomfortable. Water containing iron or sulfur is also poor-tasting, so you may spend extra money on bottled drinking water rather than using tap water. Iron Break removes these elements from your home’s water, resulting in clean-smelling and fresh-tasting water.
Longer-Lasting Plumbing and Appliances
Sulfur, iron, and manganese in your home’s water can damage your pipes and appliances. Manganese is often responsible for sediment buildup inside water heater tanks, damaging the appliance beyond repair. Sulfur and iron can stain your fixtures, tubs, toilets, and sinks. Sulfur is highly corrosive, damaging your pipes and making them more prone to leaks, while iron and manganese often cause clogs. Preventing these elements from entering your home’s plumbing with Iron Break will save you money on repair and replacement in the future.
Easy and Effective Solution
Iron Break is not only an effective barrier to protect and clean your home’s water, but also easy to use and long-lasting. The Iron Break III system uses a single tank and five-micron filter that never needs to be changed. This filter removes all of the iron, sulfur, and manganese from your home’s water. You’ll enjoy both its simplicity and the quality of your home’s water for years to come.
If you’d like to learn more about the Iron Break system, contact Expert Plumbing Service at (708) 231-4792. We will be happy to explain how Iron Break III can benefit your family and your plumbing. Check us out on the web for a full listing of our plumbing services in Joliet, Naperville, and New Lenox.