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Water Conditioners / Softeners in Butler County, PA

Hard water is one of the biggest threats to your plumbing system in Butler County. You may have heard the term before, but it’s not too complicated. “Hard water” is simply defined as water with high concentrations of magnesium, calcium, and other minerals that are not easily dissolved in water. These minerals end up creating scale—a hard, chalky substance—that can wreak havoc on your plumbing. Fortunately, installing a water treatment system can improve the lifespan of your plumbing, as well as get rid of several of the annoying side effects of hard water.

Kennihan Plumbing & Heating, Inc. has a team of master plumbers with over 75 years of combined experience. They’re capable of installing Krystal Clear and Water Pro water purification systems—brands that we consider to be the best in whole house water softening. We’re dedicated to keeping your home safe, healthy, comfortable, and energy efficient—water softening is just one way to fulfill that goal. We provide water treatment services in Butler County, PA and the surrounding area. Contact our team today to learn more about our Butler County water treatment options.

Contact us today to schedule a water test and find out if you need water softening. We treat your home like it’s our grandma’s home.

Signs That Your Home Needs a Water Softening System

Many people live with the side effects of hard water without even questioning it, assuming that it’s just something in the water they can’t change. Some of those signs are obvious, while others might be a little subtler. If you’ve ever encountered any of the following, you could benefit from a water softener:

  • Soap scum on your bathtub, dishes, and utensils.
  • White or yellow residue around your sinks and drains.
  • Your hair feels dull after a shower.
  • Clogged showerhead.

If these things are happening outside of your plumbing system, just imagine the effect it’s having inside your plumbing system. Get in touch with us to set up a water testing appointment so we can address your hard water as soon as possible.

How Does a Water Softener Fix Things?

To put an end to those annoyances—and to extend the life of your plumbing system—you can depend on a water softener installation from Kennihan Plumbing & Heating, Inc.. A water softener consists of a tank filled with small, polystyrene beads. When the hard water passes through the beads, the offending minerals—the calcium and magnesium—stick to the beads. The remaining water flows through the tank and into your home. Meanwhile, a brine tank douses the beads to remove the mineral deposits.

If you’ve been struggling with the signs of hard water up to this point, you’ll quickly see just how dramatic a difference softened water can make. Your faucets will no longer be in danger of forming limescale clogs, and your drinking and cleaning water will improve.

We Install and Maintain Water Softeners in Butler County

We’re here for any of your water softening needs, whether it be the installation of a new system, replacement, or just routine maintenance and repairs. Kennihan Plumbing & Heating, Inc. has been helping residents of the Northern Allegheny and Butler Counties with our plumbing services in 1969, and we have no intention of slowing down! We treat your home like it’s our grandma’s home, and that means setting you up with the systems to keep your plumbing system in good condition for years to come.

Grandma Ellie's Club

Maintenance Program

Did you know that being a member of Grandma Ellie's Club can save you money and extend the life of your system?
  • 20% Discount on HVAC repairs and Special Discounts on Plumbing
  • One day replacement
  • Inflation protection
  • Priority customer status
  • Agreement is transferrable
  • Lower utility bills
  • 24-hour emergency service
  • Extended equipment life
  • Never an overtime charge
  • Fewer repairs
  • Improved safety