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Offering plumbing, heating, cooling, electrical and remodeling services to the Denver Metro area

Formerly Bell Plumbing & Heating

Family owned and operated since 1926

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Denver, CO Water Treatment Systems from Bell Home Solutions

While the city of Denver and surrounding municipalities in the metro area carefully clean all water before it is circulated to your home, there are a number of things that remain in the water. These things may not pose a health risk, but they can do damage to your home’s fixtures and pipes and may not always taste or smell very good. If this situation sounds familiar to you, consider having a Denver water treatment system installed in your home. Whole house water treatment systems clean the water as it enters your home, but point–of–use filtration systems are also very common, being installed under your kitchen sink.

Bell Home Solutions has been providing expert plumbing services in Denver to homeowners in the area for more than 85 years. We can help you select the perfect water treatment system for your home and ensure it is installed properly to provide clean, contaminant free water.

Bell Plumbing & Heating Company is Now Bell Home Solutions

Bell Plumbing and Heating Company has been providing customers with plumbing and heating services since 1926, but that's not all we do today. We also offer kitchen and bathroom remodeling services (we've been remodeling kitchens and bathrooms for over 50 years now), drain and sewer line services and electrical repairs and installations. We have a gorgeous kitchen and bathroom product showroom so as to help you better visualize your dream remodel, and even have a retail store with a parts counter for the do-it-yourself home owners out there. For these reasons, we've decided to change our name to Bell Home Solutions, to better reflect all of the great services we offer to the Denver Metro area.

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Clean Your Denver Homes Water with a Water Treatment System

While pathogens and other contaminants that can make you sick are highly unlikely in the water supply, there are other things like minerals and chemicals that show up in area home water tests.

The most common contaminant is mineral sediment. This occurs most often in the pipes bringing water to your home. Because these pipes are old and are not often replaced, they can flake off inside and bits of iron and other minerals will enter your home through the water supply. This is not dangerous by any means, but it can cause damage to your pipes and your fixtures, including the build–up of scale or the staining of porcelain.

Another common problem for Denver metro area residents is high levels of chlorine and chloramine – chemicals used to purify the water of potentially dangerous contaminants like bacteria. These chemicals again are not dangerous in the concentrations they arrive in, but they can make water taste bad and the smell isn’t very pleasant. A good water treatment system will remove chemicals like chlorine before it reaches your drinking glass. So reach out to Bell Home Solutions to learn more about our water treatment system installation process.

Water Treatment Issues Outside of Denver

If you live outside of Denver and use a water source not supplied by a large city or town, there are other potential issues as well. Ground source minerals and contaminants like arsenic and nitrate can be in water at concentrations not high enough to be harmful, but high enough to make your water uncomfortable to drink. There are water treatment solutions for these as well.

The bottom line is that, if you have high levels of any chemicals, minerals or other contaminants in your water supply, the optimum course of action is to install a Denver water treatment system that will remove them as they enter your home. Filtration, reverse osmosis, and cartridge treatment are all options depending on what contaminants need to be removed. But when these water treatment systems stop working, you need to call on an expert for water treatment system repair service. Call us today to learn more about our full line of water treatment installation, maintenance and repair options in Denver, CO.