Household Water Treatment in Ipswich (2)
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Household water treatment services
There are plenty of good local water treatment services in Ipswich who come well recommended by your neighbours.
We have two quick and easy ways to find a reliable local water treatment services near you:
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Use our handy request a quote feature and we’ll find them for you – tell us what you need help with, we’ll reach out to recommended water treatment companies in your area and they'll contact you directly.
What is water treatment?
The definition of water treatment is the process of making water more acceptable for its end use, whether that’s safer to drink or more useful for other purposes. The main water treatment processes include purifying, clarifying, softening, or deodorising.
Depending on where you live and where your local water is sourced from, local water treatment companies will carry out certain processes to provide you with the best water quality possible.
What is water softening?
In areas where locally sourced water is ‘hard, many homes have a water softener to treat the supply of water coming into the home. But, what is water softening? Water softening is the process of removing dissolved calcium and magnesium salts, which are the chemicals that cause hardness in water.
The problem with hard water is that it forms insoluble scale in pipes and tanks, or it interferes with cleaners such as soap. Water softening treats this problem by removing those hard chemicals to avoid such issues.
Need help with household water treatment?
Whatever your water treatment needs, it’s always helpful to get advice from local water treatment experts to find out more about local water treatment services available in your area.
Find the best local water treatment specialists near you with our quick and easy online search. Or request a quote and we’ll reach out to multiple local water treatment companies for you and they’ll get in touch with you directly.
What is the best water treatment system?
There are a number of different water treatment systems that water treatment companies can offer to help improve the quality and usability of a water supply. If you’re looking to purify your water, here are four types of popular water treatments you can use…
Boiling water is the safest and cheapest way to purify water and deal with issues such as parasites and germs that may be present in the water. By boiling the water for a short period of time you can improve the quality of the water – just make sure you leave it to cool before drinking.
Filtering is another extremely effective way of purifying water and can remove harmful chemicals and compounds from the water. Common filtration uses both chemical and physical processes to purify water and make it safe for human consumption, whilst also leaving mineral salts in the water – which is a health benefit of using a filter.
Distilling water involves heating the water until it forms a vapour and then collecting that vapour – which is water in its pure form. Distillation will remove contaminants and disease-causing elements found in water, as they typically have a higher boiling point than water and will be left as a sediment in the distillation container.
Want to speak to water treatment experts in Ipswich?
Sometimes it helps to have a quick chat with local water treatment companies to understand what options are available in your area and how much they’ll cost.
If you’re ready to reach out to local water treatment services, you’re in the right place. We can help you find the best tradespeople in your area with our quick and easy online search – or request a quote and we’ll get multiple local water treatment experts to contact you directly.
Why do we need water treatment?
There are some very good reasons why we water treatment companies invest in developing water treatment systems, the main one being that untreated water poses a major health risk. There are many dangerous waterborne diseases that pose a serious risk to human and animal health. Water treatment companies work hard to ensure that we have safe water to use and consume.
Waterborne diseases from untreated water
Thankfully in the UK, we have some of the best quality water in the world but there are many countries who aren’t as fortunate to have a plentiful supply of clean water. Here are some of the waterborne diseases that can be spread through untreated water:
Hepatitis A – causes nausea, vomiting, jaundice, fever, diarrhoea and can result in acute liver failure if left untreated
Typhoid – causes fever, abdominal pain, rash, and headaches
Dysentery – causes severe diarrhoea, fever, and abdominal pain
Cholera – causes severe diarrhoea and dehydration, fever, abdominal pain, and vomiting
Leptospirosis – symptoms include fever, rash and body pains
Legionnaires Disease – this is a form of atypical pneumonia that can cause coughing, shortness of breath, fever, muscle pains, and headaches
Giardiasis – causes weakness, stomach cramps, vomiting, and diarrhoea
Find the best local water treatment companies
If you need help with treating water, we can help you find the best local water treatment services near you – including those who come highly recommended by your neighbours.
You can either use our quick and easy online search to find and contact local water treatment companies yourself. Or, alternatively, request a quote and we’ll do the legwork for you by reaching out to the best local water treatment experts near you and we’ll get them to contact you directly.
What is the water treatment process?
There are a number of water treatment processes that are used to improve the quality of water. Many of the treatment processes are used together to achieve the best results for the water. Here’s a rundown of some of the most commonly used water treatment processes:
Sedimentation – this is where gravity is used to remove solid particles from within the water
Disinfection – disinfecting the water involves using chemicals, such as chlorine, to kill harmful bacteria, viruses, and other substances in the water (and disinfection also typically uses filtration too)
Filtration – the water is filtered through sand or a membranous filter to remove impurities
Coagulation – by adding certain chemicals to the water, water treatment companies encourage particles to clump together, which makes them easier to remove through sedimentation
Boiling and distillation – when you heat water to boiling point you kill harmful microbes and pathogens, and then the evaporation process allows for particles and chemical toxins to be removed from the water
Want to find out more about local water treatment services?
If you need help with a water treatment system, it’s important to speak to local water treatment specialists to understand what’s involved and how much it will cost. Experienced water treatment companies will be able to advise on the options available and what you’ll need for your project.
Keen to get started? Search for the best local water treatment companies in Ipswich and get in touch with them yourself. Alternatively, you can get multiple quotes from local water treatment services by using our request a quote feature – simply post details of what you need and we’ll get reliable local experts to contact you directly.
How much does a water treatment system cost?
The cost of water treatment depends on the type of treatment system being used, and the scale of the treatment process. Thankfully, in the UK our local water companies deal with the majority of water treatment without us having to worry about it.
That said, water softening treatment is something that you might want to look into if you live in an area with hard water.
Water softener costs
If it’s a water softener treatment system that you’re after, here are some of the average water softener costs that you can expect to pay in the UK:
Water softener installation fee – £150 - £300
Budget single cylinder – £300 - £500
Quality single cylinder – £500 - £750
Budget twin-cylinder – £750 - £1,000
Quality twin-cylinder (Kinetico Premier Compact Softener) – £1,000 - £2,000
Commercial water softener (large home) – £2,000 - £3,000
Rent water softener (per month) – £22
Water softener salt cost 10 kg – £9
Salt Block 6 Pack – £39
Quotes for water treatment costs home water treatment systems cost
To get accurate water treatment costs in your area, we always recommend getting at least three quotes from local tradespeople near you. By shopping around you can make sure you're paying a fair and competitive price for the work.
Thankfully, our request a quote tool makes getting multiple quotes super easy. Simply post details about the work that you need help with and we’ll send it out to the best local water treatment specialists in your area, who will contact you directly. Try it out – it's quick and easy!