Whether you realize it or not, your water may contain any number of unwanted minerals, bacteria or particles. Water Treatment is the process to rid your water of those unwanted minerals, bacteria or particles to give you and your family clean and safe water for your entire household or business. The processes involved in removing the contaminants include physical processes such as settling, regeneration, softening and filtration, and chemical processes such as disinfection and coagulation.
You may be completely unaware of the type of minerals, bacteria or particles that are in your water, but that’s what Kel Tren WaterCare is here to solve. We treat all kinds of water problems to give you safest water for your home or business, free of as many contaminates as possible.
You may be wondering why you need water treatment in your home, or better yet, what even is water treatment. Water treatment in its simplest form is any kind of process that involves the removal of contaminants to produce water that is pure enough for your family’s consumption without any adverse health effects.
Kel Tren WaterCare is a certified dealer for several brands of water treatment equipment including WaterCare, CustomCare, Water Right, Charger and Duff. We individualize water softening and filtration systems to offer the most efficient solutions and highest quality of water for your family or business.
Each piece of equipment that we sell offers a solution to a different water related contamination, which means that no matter what you have in your water, we can treat it for you! Kel Tren often deals and effectively treats all common types of water contaminants. Some common waterborne contaminants that Kel Tren can treat include:
- Coliform and Coliform Bacteria
- Hardness (calcium)
- Hydrogen Sulfide
- Acidic Water
How much does it cost?
Now that you understand what water treatment is and you realize the need for why you need a water treatment system, the next question that you may be asking your self is “how much does a water treatment system cost for my home?” Water treatment is an affordable solution to consider so that you can ensure that you has the most pure water for your whole family.
Depending on the type of system that is needed for your household, a full system installed can range from as little as $1,000 or as much as $5,000. It is hard to say the exact price it will be for your household because each household holds a unique water related issue. However, we will do our best to break down the potential costs for a few of our most popular products.
Some of our most affordable options to eliminate hardness, iron, manganese, and to correct low pH include the CareSoft Pro water softeners and care clear filters. Installation of these systems can cost an average of $1,500 to $3,000.
If you have an issue with the smell of your water, this is due to an elevated hydrogen sulfide level. Our best product for this problem would be our Ion Pro water filtration system. This system will range from $1,800 to $3,500 to install at your home.
Kel Tren also deals with various water technologies such as UV technology which is proven to control bacteria related issues, UV water treatment equipment will cost on average $1,000 – $2,000.
This is a very small list of the expansions products and services that we have to offer! Unfortunately, there is no easy way to tell what exact system or how much it costs for your home until we understand more about your unique water problem. However, with over 35 years of experience in the water treatment business, we can individualize and customers all of our services and products to exactly your needs! If you don’t know what type of system you need, that’s ok, because we do! All we have to do is come to your home or business and evaluate your needs. The best way to schedule an appointment is to call us to have us at (609) 888-0053 and have us come to your home or business to perform a free water test, and explain to you the solution that will work best for your water.
How much does it cost to maintain?
A water treatment system probably costs much less than you would expect over its lifetime. Obviously, there will be minor costs each year to maintain your treatment system which is dependent on the type of system you have. If you have a water softener unit in your home, you will need to periodically fill the unit with salt. You may have heard in the past that water softeners use multiple bags of salt per month, which could have incurred considerable costs.
That’s because older style water softeners were “salt hogs!” It was not uncommon to use three or four bags of salt, which costs $10 per bag, per month. Athe models that we currently install, our new Care Soft Pro models, are the most efficient water softeners on the market. Typically, they will use less than one bag of salt per month. We estimate that the salt usage for a typical home costs less than $100 per year.
If your home has a UV treatment system, you will need to replace the UV bulb every year which is around $100 as well. Additionally, you may choose to have us come out every year or two and perform a routine maintenance check on your system, which will cost $125 to ensure that everything is working as promised.
Overall, the cost to maintain is usually very manageable for most households and should not stand in the way of providing your family with the security of knowing you have safe water for your home every day.
When do I know I need water treatment?
If you ever suspect or worry that you need a water treatment solution, then it’s probably the right time to call us and schedule a free evaluation. We will come to your home or business and perform a basic water analysis to see what we can do to could fix your water issues. Some of the signs that you have a water related issue include:
- Your dishes and glasses may be spotted when dry
- You have a film on glass shower doors, shower walls, bathtubs, sinks, faucets, etc.
- You have rust stains on the sink or bath tub
- Your hair feels sticky and looks dull
- Your water has a bad odor
- Your water provider has failed lead or water testing standards
If you see any of these issues in your home, call us today at (609)-888-0053. We will be happy to help you and your family to feel at ease with your water quality!