Hard Water is the Area’s #1 Water Challenge
According to the Western Virginia Water Authority over half of the water source for the Roanoke Area and Franklin County area is hard to moderately hard (see hardness report at WesternVAWater.org).
So whether you’re on well water or community water you’re likely dealing with hard water.
Hard water doesn’t just scum up your shower and leaves spots and dehydrated fog on your glassware and flatware. It does the same thing to your water heater only on a much larger scale.
Clear Signs You Need a Water Softener
- Skin irritation after rinsing
- Dull, dry hair after showering
- Excessive mineral taste to water
- Mineral build-up around faucets or showerheads
- Laundry is stiff or starchy after washing
- Soap “scum” on tile, faucets, or shower walls
It Doesn’t Have To Be Confusing
Brent Clarke, one of our talented certified technicians, will talk with you and help decide what’s best for your house. Brent will look at the results of a water test, discuss costs and options, what your pipes are made of, and answer any questions you have. He’ll even tell you if you don’t need a water treatment system. Needless to say, Brent outfits (or doesn’t outfit) your house with a customized treatment system.
156-Day Water Treatment Test Drive
We realize that you weren’t expecting to have to invest in a water treatment system. So we’re giving you way more time than you’ll need to fall in love with healthier, happier water. It’s an investment and we want you to be absolutely sure that you have the right water treatment system in your home.
If you decide, within 156-days of installation, that you’re dissatisfied with your water treatment system, we’ll remove the system, put the pipes back the way they were – for free – and return your money. No. Questions. Asked.
That’s our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.
We Work with Tap and Well Water
Have City Water?
By law, your community water system must protect drinking water quality by limiting the levels of specific contaminants that can adversely affect public health. That’s why they put chlorine in your water.
However, that same chlorine is caustic is slowly damaging the rubber seals and gaskets in your plumbing system and appliances. As the rubber breaks down, it will eventually cause faucets to drip.
Have Well Water?
In Virginia, If your water comes from your own well, you and you alone are responsible for the quality of water that is flowing through your home.
It is not regulated or checked by any regulatory agency.
Be aware, well water is easily impacted by environmental changes and those changes can happen so quickly that it’s easy to miss something that could cause health risks to you and your family.
It’s imperative to have your well water tested at least once a year.
What’s In Your Water?
We’ve been collecting data and now we’re sharing it with you.View Area-Wide Water Qualtiy Test Results
No Pressure Selling
Pressuring you to make a quick decision is just not our style. When you’re comfortable and happy with your decision, things just go better. When you have questions we’ll answer them. Even after we talk, we’ll respect whatever you decide to do.
So, Now What? Contact Us.
You could ignore what your water is telling you, or you can reach out to Wisler Plumbing and Air and ask questions that are lingering. If you want, you can request a FREE water test just so you know what’s in your water. As stated above, there is no pressure or obligation to buy. We want to make sure you’ve been given all the information you need and come to the conclusion that best fits your needs and budget. If budget is a concern, we do offer to finance.