Brad is a Master Plumber . He's been with J. R. Snider Ltd for 13 years. He is highly trained in water treatment as well as all aspects of your plumbing systems. Brad is an excellent communicator and easily becomes someone you can trust.
When this well-known park and Equestrian Facility began having problems with a large commercial water heater that supplied hot water to staff housing, one of the board members knew just who to call.
After a quick diagnostic of the 20-year-old heater, everyone agreed that it was time for a replacement.
The new water heater was delivered to the job site as we drained and removed the older unit. After some quick repiping and the installation of a new expansion tank, they were back in hot water by mid-afternoon.
Very old outdated water treatment system
Before: Outdated water treatment
After- New Water treatment System
Having previously lived in town on “city water”, Mr. and Mrs. E. were unsure of who to contact about the issues they were having with the well water in their new home. Luckily for them, their neighbor knew just who to tell them to call!
The existing water treatment equipment was not addressing all of the issues in the water and was causing pressure issues throughout the house.
After a quick water analysis, we explained what the issues were and what options could be used to improve the quality and performance of the system.
First, we installed a new larger pressure tank to save wear and tear on the well pump.
Second, we installed a new iron filtration system to oxidize and filter out the iron which was staining all of the fixtures.
Third, we installed a new resin water softener to remove the hardness from the water.
And lastly, we installed a new ultraviolet disinfection system to protect against harmful bacteria.
A quick shocking of the plumbing system ensured that it was sanitized and safe for use.
Mr. J. called us when he wanted a second opinion on options for replacing his older water treatment system.
After testing the water and comparing the results with what was originally installed, it was agreed that the existing system was over-designed and oversized for what was needed. We also determined that several components of the system were not even needed.
Both the quality of the water as well as the usage was within what standard residential equipment could address. Once we explained that smaller units could provide the same quality water and would cost significantly less it was not a hard choice for the customer to make.
Our water treatment supervisor Joe S. made quick work of the replacement. He installed a Care Soft Elite resin water softener and a “ONE” tank cartridge filter. The addition of a ultraviolet disinfection system provides protection against harmful bacteria.
Mrs. J called our office reporting that she was getting a lot of mud in her water lines as well as drops in pressure.
Brad went out to test her water and found that her water quality was pretty bad. Brad recommended replacing her Pressure tank with a WR 260 to provide more water to her home, as well as a WaterCare 1054 CareSoft Elite, 1354 Turbidex, and a new 50-gallon low boy water heater.
Mrs. S called our office because her older tank-style water heater was leaking from the bottom of the tank. Brad was out within a few hours to take a look at the heater and after offering her a few options Mrs. S decided to go for the energy-saving option of a tankless gas water heater.
We install a new Navien Propane Tankless Water heater and removed her old tank-style heater.