Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Aaron's Plumbing & Rooter Safety Information
Aaron’s Plumbing & Rooter is committed to taking precautionary measures to protect our customers and employees, while the COVID-19 pandemic is a threat. As Pluming Technicians, we fall under the essential business category and are open and available to serve your needs. To provide you and our employees with a safe working environment, we will take these precautions to safely serve your needs:
If you or your household are diagnosed or quarantined with the COVID-19, we need to be made aware before coming to your property.
We are all in this together and hope and pray it will end sooner than later. In the meantime, we will do our part to follow the guidelines set, be safe, and do all we can to keep those around us safe too. Please feel free to call if you have any questions.
Water is vital to life, and its quality is crucial. It is necessary for many processes like cooking and cleaning. However, hard water is composed of minerals and is hard to use. Water softener repair is a specific field with unique problems and equipment. At Aaron's Plumbing & Rooter, we have a team of trained professionals to help with your softener's problems.
Water softeners are electronic devices that remove hard minerals from water. Several factors can cause hard water. The most common is carbon deposits on the inside of the water system. In addition, minerals like calcium, magnesium, and iron are naturally present in water and cause it to become rigid. Aaron's Plumbing & Rooter has complete experience and training for all models in the market. As a result, our technicians can effectively service a wide array of softener technology.
Softeners use a salt brine solution to remove the hard minerals from water. The softener will create a brine solution and run it through the water system. As the water passes through the mineral tank, it receives a magnesium coating and becomes soft. Next, the tank will release clean water into your home and residual brine back into the drain. During repair, the process and chemicals of the softener can be adjusted to your specific needs. Softeners should be cleaned once a year. This is important as cleaning helps remove debris buildup.
The technician starts cleaning the brine tank where hard water deposits may form. An inspection of the tank may help determine if there is a problem. The resin and iron filters are then cleaned or replaced. To recalibrate the softener system, the technician will use a conductivity meter. This meter shows if hard water is present. Again, it is crucial to call a professional. Aaron's Plumbing & Rooter will take care of your softener repair. From replacing parts to testing, we can resolve any issue.
The first signs are mineral stains on your fixtures. Next, check toilets, faucets, showers, and sinks. If you notice that your clothes are stiff after washing, your water softener may have a problem too. The other signs are salty-tasting water, change in water pressure, change in water quality, an unusually high electric bill, and cloudy water. With a repair by Aaron's Plumbing & Rooter, you will immediately notice a difference in your water quality.
Softeners do not last forever. So, if you need help with softener repair in San Jose or Gilroy, CA, call us at Aaron's Plumbing & Rooter. We have a team of skilled technicians to help you with all your needs. In addition, we can solve any malfunctioning devices during repairs and prevent future problems from occurring.
This is my second time using Aaron's Plumbing and I am still a very satisfied customer. Aaron was on time and had the leak in my water main fixed in no time. He is professional, honest and fair in his pricing. Aaron will continue to be my "go to " plumber and I highly recommend him!
Sandy Wilson - San Jose, CA