Water Filter Services in Newberg and Beyond

Oregon is home to numerous bodies of water surrounded by lush green landscapes, meaning residents have access to plenty of natural water sources. A majority of the Newberg area receives its water from a groundwater aquifer located near the Willamette River. Though most would assume it pulls water from the river, it actually gets replenished by runoff rainwater from the nearby hills. Your city is responsible for disinfecting the water before it gets to your home, but many residents install water filters for extra purification. If you notice problems with your home water, we can help you take the proper steps to increase its taste, color, and overall quality.

Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Newberg provides water filtration and purifier services to the Newberg area, including to our neighbors in McMinnville, Amity, Dundee, Sheridan, Dayton, Carlton, Yamhill, and the surrounding areas. Our team of professional plumbers are licensed, and insured, and take customer satisfaction seriously. We offer upfront, flat rate pricing and no overtime charge so that you don’t have to worry about a surprising bill.

Contact Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Newberg today for comprehensive water filtration and purification solutions for your home and start living cleaner!

Water Filtration System Repairs

If your water filter or purifier isn’t performing its job, it’s time to call a professional. We will examine your entire system to identify and diagnose the source of the problem before making needed repairs to get your water back to being its healthiest. Repairs can include fixing or replacing hoses and valves, checking for leaks, cleaning the system, replacing the filter, and more. We may sometimes recommend replacing your entire system if the repairs are extensive.

The Benefits of a Working Water Filter

Having a fully functioning water filter can make your water higher quality, leading to the water being:

  • More clear through the removal of sediments and impurities
  • Better tasting with fewer contaminants such as foul-tasting chlorine
  • Better smelling through the decreased likelihood of bacteria and algae growth and the filtering of sulfur compounds
  • Healthier for your body by reducing the number of chemicals, metals, viruses, or other harmful contaminants

Water Filter Replacement and Installations

When you need a water filter or purification system in your home, or your current system is ready for an upgrade, Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Newberg is ready to help! We recommend replacing your entire system every three to ten years and the internal filter every three to six months. Water systems we install include:

  • Whole-house water filters
  • Reverse osmosis systems
  • Distillation systems
  • Activated carbon filter systems
  • Point-of-use water filters
  • Ion exchange filter systems
  • Filters designed for well water

We also specialize in water softener services for your home or business.

When Does Your Water Filter Need Replacement?

There are a few signs that indicate a water filter requires replacement. These can include:

  • More frequent filter replacements
  • Water with an unusual color or strange taste
  • Mineral deposits build up on your faucets
  • Water testing shows the presence of bacteria
  • A rusty filter system
  • Water flowing slower than usual

Sometimes, these signs can mean the filter itself needs replacing; however, they can also indicate that it is time to replace your entire system.

Ready to schedule your repair or replacement? Reach out today by scheduling online or giving us a call.

What Are Water Filters?

Water filters are excellent for water treatment, especially when installed alongside water softeners. Water filters remove sediments from the water, catching large particles. Although filters can work differently based on type, many use copper-zinc and mineral stone to eliminate chlorine and help prevent bacteria and algae growth. They also use a carbon filter to reduce the presence of pesticides and other chemicals. Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Newberg recommends whole-house water filters directly connecting to your main water line. Depending on the type, water filters can be customizable to meet different needs.

Water Filter vs. Water Purifier

Both water filters and water purifiers remove impurities in your water, although they do so at different levels. Water filters are similar to water purifiers; however, water purifiers kill biological contaminants in addition to removing sediments and chemicals. Water purifiers also require remineralization after processing. Plus, certain kinds of water purifiers don’t remove larger sediment - in which case a water filter would be an essential addition.

Water Filters use a physical barrier to remove impurities from your water, such as sediments, chemicals, bacteria, and toxins. The barrier, or filter, allows only water to pass, leaving improved taste, odor, and clarity. Popular water filter systems for your home include whole-house, countertop, and under-sink filters.

Water Purifiers kill biological contaminants and remove minerals and are often used in addition to water filters. Instead of a physical method, water purifiers use chemicals or UV to treat water through reverse osmosis, distillation, or UV light treatment. It is important to note that water purifiers can remove all minerals from the water, including healthy ones such as calcium and iron.

Why Choose Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Newberg?

Our knowledgeable professionals are passionate about bringing you the best plumbing service around, including clean water with water filters and water purifiers, including commercial water filtration services. Beyond water, we are your go-to for all your plumbing needs, from drain cleaning to sewer repair and much more. No matter what attention your plumbing system requires, even emergency repair response, we are standing by to get you immediate help. Choose Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Newberg for plumbing and water services with exceptional customer service and flat rate pricing.

Schedule your plumbing appointment and experience our outstanding service for yourself.

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