If you have hard water or other water quality issues, it’s time to consider setting up a whole-home filtration system. A quality filter can help you save money on bottled water, and you won’t have to deal with scaling in your appliances.
Plus, a comprehensive water filtration system keeps abrasive minerals and contaminants from affecting your plumbing pipes, in turn helping you avoid costly repairs and premature pipe failure.
We understand you may have a lot of questions before you decide to purchase and install a whole-home water filtration system. You’re probably wondering: Which type of filter should I get? Will it actually work? What’s the installation process like?
Spartan Plumbing has you covered. Our Springboro water filtration experts will handle everything: helping you choose the right filter and sourcing it for you, ensuring proper installation and connection to your water lines, and providing tips on maintenance.
Selecting the Best Water Filter For Your Property
You have several options when it comes to choosing your new water filtration system. Selecting the right one depends on the contaminants and minerals in your water supply. Some homes have hard water, and others might be dealing with chlorine, lead, pesticides, or bacteria.
We recommend purchasing a test kit from your local home retailer to identify the contaminants affecting your water. You will then have a better idea of which filtration technology to select.
Some of the more popular water filtration systems we install include:
If you are still unsure about which type of filter to get, give us a call and our team will help you navigate your options and recommend the best water filtration system for your property.
Point of Entry vs. Point of Use Filtration
While whole-home (point of entry) water filtration offers more comprehensive protection, some homeowners opt to install point of use systems. Spartan Plumbing helps with both.
Point of entry filters treat your water supply before it reaches the tap. These systems are often located in the basement and serve as the center point of all water filtration in the home.
Point of use filters, on the other hand, are installed beneath your sink. So if you have a point of use filter under your kitchen sink, it only serves that particular fixture. You will need to install additional filters in your bathroom, basement, etc.
You may want to consider installing a combination of point of use and point of entry filters for a more comprehensive treatment.
For example, some homeowners put in a point of use reverse osmosis filter under the kitchen sink for treating their drinking water, while a point of entry system is installed in the basement to handle filtration for the rest of the home. Doing this helps you target different contaminants while improving your overall water quality.
Reliable Plumbers Near You
Spartan Plumbing not only serves Dayton—our service area covers a wide range throughout southwestern Ohio. Many of our customers call us from Greene, Montgomery, and Warren Counties.
Some of the cities and communities we serve:
Dan - Franklin, OH
Excellent response time. Brandon was very polite and knowledgeable. He was very articulate and respectful. He explained our options and executed the job in a timely manner. He cleaned up the area and removed all of the old parts. I really appreciate that type of work and professionalism. Thank you so much!
Braden Again 🙂
Neil - Dayton, OH
We've worked with Braden from Spartan twice now. He is a great plumber and a great guy. He remembered me right away even though the second visit was for a rental house we manage.
Spartan was JMK
Howard - Monroe, OH
Same service but price was triple from two years ago
Vic - Clarksville, OH
Outstanding job - fast and high quality.
Detailed Explanation Provided
Lafleur - Dayton, OH
Fantastic service and people
Michelle - Dayton, OH
Had a clogged pipe in newly bought house and they came out quickly and fixed it. Also, asked them about another problem with the tub while they were here and they were able to fix it too. I am so happy with their service, I highly recommend them.
Jared - Dayton, OH
Bryant - Springboro, OH
It was fast and painless
Fantastic service, fair price, great guy
Pat - Franklin, OH
Brian - Carlisle, OH
Takara - West Carrollton, OH
They did good work
Kathy - Miamisburg, OH
Great technician and quick fast resolution to our problem
Orchid - Dayton, OH
Spartan Plumbing has been in our home for several issues and we are very pleased with their work. Toby was our technician and he is very knowledgeable, professional and courteous. We will definitely use their services again and recommend to all our friends.
Joyce - Carlisle, OH
Great service and price
Jeanine - Huber Heights, OH
Very good worker and new what he was doing.
Replaced piping under the kitchen sink that was still under warranty. Installed new drain tee, trap, and tailpiece extension. Found water hammer problem from the washing machine. Installed 2 hot and cold hammer arrestors. Issue seemed to happen less. Notified home owner to call if the problem gets any worse. Could not find city water meter pit in order to check for any check valves that could have been installed. Warranty still stands for the drainage under the sink. Repaired leak under kitchen sink in Dayton, OH
Drsin was clogged from toilet to outside cleanout. This was probably due to loosed up scale build up. I ran the flex shaft, a large cable, through the pipe multiple times to ensure the best clean possible. No warranty on drain clean. Should this happen again. , a hydrojet is needed.
Replaced hose bib in crawl space with 10â€ woodford model 17. Replaced toilet shut off and both hot and cold shut offs under kitchen sink with quarter turn valves. Replaced pea trap under laundry sink. Reviewed all work for leaks. Went over everything with the customer before and after. Pictures sent via email and to office.
Installed 2 new American standard cadet pro toilets with slow close seats. Elongated Ada in master and round ada in the kids bathroom. Installed 2 new shutoff valves for the toilets with supply lines. Flanges were in good shape. 2 year warranty on the toilets. Installed a premium grade prv with expansion tank. Installed a new 2 gallon expansion tank for the water heating system. 3 year warranty. Will be installing water softener at a later date. Installing a Water Right water softener with a build in carbon filter. (IMPRC). Includes a new shutoff valve and new discharge drain. Includes disposal of the old system. 5 year warranty on the install. Installed 2 new toilets, pressure reducing valve, expansion tank, and scheduled water softener in Fairborn, OH
Tested customers water for hardness. No hardness found in water. Tech is going to call water softener rep to get a reasoning to the amount of salt being used.
Estimate to replace tub shower cartridge in upstairs bathroom. Handle is currently broken off. Tested for leaks and operation.
Replaced old 25AUB pressure reducing valve with new Kallefi pressure reducing valve equipped with tandem pressure gauge for constant monitoring. Set current pressure to 65 psi and instructed homeowner on how to adjust accordingly, never to exceed 80 psi. Removed old cabinet style GE water softener and installed new water right water softener resin and brine tank, re-plumbed to plumbing system, and set up unit according to manufacture instruction.
Gave customer estimates to replace water service outside home. Also gave estimate for spot repair on water service. Tech strongly advised customer to get a leak detection company out first to pin point the leak in the event we attempt to do the spot repair. The scope of work for this is job related to what is described in the estimates. Any deviation from said scope of work or unforeseen problems delaying the timely completion of the job may incur an additional charge. All work will be done in accordance to state and local plumbing codes. Customer is calling by end of day Friday with decision to schedule work.
Condo home. Visible water damage with no sign of mass water collection. Looking in the utility room, there are multiple pipes under ground. It also appears the main line to the condo runs underneath the condo. I highly recommend a leak detection company come out to locate where the pipes are going and where the leak is. Once found, we will be able to come out to quote a repair or reroute. Reliable Leak detection - Brant- 513-488-6234
Customer had water heater that was leaking on the cold side . Installed new AO Smith 40 gallon gas water heater. Installed new 3/4 shut off valve on the cold side . Installed a 1/2 natural gas valve and new 1/2 tee, union and dirt leg. After install turned on water and gas then checked for leaks .