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The Best Water Filter For Homes Near Pasadena

Free Professional Installation With Every Water Filter System We Provide!

Most of the plumbing issues in our area happen as a result of poor water quality. Our state-of-the-art water filtration systems will filter and condition every drop of water flowing through your entire home, improve your home’s water quality and extend the life of your home's pipes and plumbing fixtures. Plus, filtered water can improve the health of your family and pets.  You'll find quality water filtration systems and expert installation services in Pasadena and beyond at The Free Plumbers.

Our expert plumbers are your local specialists in water softeners and filtration systems. We carry and install the finest whole house water treatment system available today for homes in the Pasadena & nearby cities. If you get your water from a private water company or municipal water utility, we can provide a solution no matter what condition your water is in!

Halo 5 Is The Top Of The Line, Maintenance Free Whole House Water Filter With A 10 Year Warranty.
1. It removes contaminants without removing minerals for better tasting water.
2. Your skin feels refreshed and hair feels soft.
3. No reverse osmosis required - every faucet, bathtub and shower in the house gets the same clean healthy water, providing clean drinking water from every tap in the house.
4. Removes bad smells and taste that comes from chlorine in the water.
5. Effectively controls hard water problems without the use of chemicals.
6. Dissolves existing scale in pipes.
7. Prevents new scale formation in pipes.
8. Inhibits corrosion.
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If you're ready to solve your chlorine and hard water problem today, let us explain how our water softening systems can be the right solution. Call today to set up an appointment! We carry and install all of the systems below.

  • Salt-Based Water Softening Systems
  • Salt-Free Water Conditioning Systems
  • Whole House Water Filtration Systems
  • Point-of-use Reverse Osmosis Filter for Under Sink
  • Combo Water Softeners & Filtration Systems
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Signs you need a water filtration system

We believe that every family deserves to have clean, safe water for drinking and bathing. Most municipal water supplies in our area provide water that is too hard and contains excessive amounts of chlorine and chloramines. This hard water can have serious effects on your health and on your plumbing system.

If you notice any of the following signs, you should consider a water filtration system:

  • Your water smells or tastes like chlorine or other chemicals.
  • Your valves, pipes and other water fixtures are showing signs of corrosion or hard water scale.
  • You are concerned about the waste from plastic water bottles (and you'd rather drink and bathe in clean, pure water).
  • You want the cleanest water for your family and pets.

If you’re concerned about contaminants in the tap water you drink every day, you’re not alone. We all deserve to know what we’ll be putting in our bodies when we turn on the tap. This is one of the reasons why EWG created its Tap Water Database in the first place. See what's in your city's drinking and bathing water here.

If you want safer water for yourself and your family, bottled water isn’t the solution – not for your pocketbook, not for your health and certainly not for our planet. Your best option for cleaner, healthier drinking water on the go is filtered tap water and a reusable glass or stainless steel container. As we say, know your water, pick the best filter and choose a BPA-free container.

Here are six reasons to choose filtered water over bottled.

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, tap water costs about $.002 per gallon1 – that's two-tenths of a penny – whereas a liter of water from the cooler in your local convenience store costs about a dollar before tax. That means you’re paying about 2,000 times more for bottled water. Nonetheless, Americans drank 12.8 billion gallons of bottled water in 2020, an increase of nearly 9 percent over 2019, according to the Beverage Marketing Corporation. There are much better things you could spend your money on than water in bottles – perhaps even a nice reverse osmosis water filter.

Laboratory testing by EWG has found all sorts of nasty stuff in popular brands of bottled water – disinfection byproducts, industrial chemicals, prescription drugs and even bacteria. And unlike your local tap water utilities, which are required to test for contaminants each year and disclose the results to the public, the bottled water industry can hide the test results. Knowledge is power, and with bottled water you’ll likely know nothing about what you're drinking.

It’s bad enough that the bottled water you’re drinking might be contaminated. But the bottle itself could be adding to the problem. An EWG investigation found that PET plastics – the kind used to make plastic water bottles and marked with a “1” on the bottom – can contain dozens of chemical additives, manufacturing impurities and breakdown byproducts. That’s more than 80 additional contaminants that could be leaching into your water. So get a reusable glass or stainless steel bottle, and fill it with filtered tap water.

EPA statistics show that less than 32 percent of PET plastic bottles and jars were recycled in 2014. That means the other 68 percent was left to clog landfills, harm wildlife and pollute waterways. In fact, the marine conservation organization Oceana estimates that up to 20 million tons of plastic end up in our oceans each year, with some collecting to form huge, free-floating landfills like the Pacific Garbage Patch, which is estimated to be about the size of Texas.

Trash isn’t the only environmental problem caused by water bottles. Analysis by the Pacific Institute, a global water think tank, found that it takes up to 2,000 times more energy to produce bottled water than tap water. It takes energy to make the bottles, fill them with water and ship them to your local convenience store – sometimes over great distances. In extreme circumstances, bottled water might be the best bet. Residents of Flint, Mich., for example, are relying on bottled water until their tap water is safe again. But for almost everyone else, filtered tap water is the clear winner.

You’ll save money on plumbing repairs because filtered water won’t cause as much wear and tear on your pipes.

We're available 8 am to 4 pm, Monday - Friday, or you can take advantage of our 24/7 emergency repair service any time!

If you're looking for a reliable plumber who offers dependable service, The Free Plumbers are always ready to assist you!

If you're looking for an EXPERT PASADENA PLUMBER, call us at 626-394-9641

We're available 8 am to 4 pm, Monday - Friday, or you can take advantage of our 24/7 emergency repair service any time!

If you're looking for a reliable plumber who offers dependable service, The Free Plumbers are always ready to assist you!

If you're looking for an EXPERT PASADENA PLUMBER, call us at 626-394-9641