Water Services


Have you noticed mineral or calcium buildup on your faucets? If so, this can be a sign that your home’s pipes are filled with hard water and this can lead to several issues for you home and family.   Therefore, we recommend installing a water softener system that can protect not only your plumbing but also your water-using appliances, your skin, your dishes, and your laundry.

To improve the quality of your water and protect your family we offer:
  • Water softeners and conditioners to decrease the mineral content of your water.
  • Water filters to remove contaminants, making your home’s water safe to drink.
  • Water testing for a complete assessment of your water’s mineral content and impurities.
Household Water Filtration Options:

Each home that is connected to the city or town water has its own water main. Your home’s main line is probably near the edge of your property. This water comes from a local water treatment facility, where they “clean” the water using chemicals intended to kill bacteria and other contaminants. You may notice a slight chlorine odor in your tap water, similar to the smell of a swimming pool.

Often this smell is a sign that your local water plant outputs water with higher concentrations of either chlorine or chloramines. Additionally, the water usually contains low concentrations of THMs and HAAs – known carcinogens. We wouldn’t be surprised if you found this information a little unsettling. After all, you and your family use this water to bathe, wash dishes, and drink.

As a solution to the contaminants in your water, our expert plumbers install activated carbon filtration systems, which remove many pollutants, including:

  • Pesticides
  • Herbicides
  • Chlorine
  • Benzene
  • Trihalomethane compounds
  • Radium
  • Solvents

The naturally high surface area of carbon, combined with its positive charge, making it capable of attracting and trapping even these small micro-particles. Carbon filters remove the contaminants from your water without having to add another chemical to the mix.

Have you noticed mineral or calcium buildup on your faucets? Does your water have a chemical odor to it?  If you notice one or both of these, you should schedule an appoint to set up a water quality test with My Plumber. We’ll send an expert technician to your home and when we have the results, we’ll recommend a custom plan just for you home water needs.

Schedule an appointment for water services in Southern California by filling out our contact form or by calling us at (619) 447-5556 or (619) 793-4220.