• residential and commercial water conditioning
  • Water Cleaning
  • Water Testing

Do you know what's in your water?

Discover More About Clean Water

No More Spotty Dishes

Hard water makes your dishes look dirty and dries out your skin.  Eliminate these problems with a water softener.

Fresh Tasting Water

A simple filter removes chemicals and dirt that give your water a bad taste and clog faucets and washing machines.

Is Your Water Safe?

Learn about removing bacteria and other biological contaminants from your water.

Stop Unsightly Stains and Damaging Acid

Acid in your water eats through seals in faucets and applicances, and causes unsightly stains in your sinks and tubs.

Shower Slow?

A pressurization system will make sure there's always enough water for your family.

 

Save Money

Stop pouring money down the drain and go green with a new high-efficiency water heater.

Rantz with Clean Water Solutions has taken care of the water treament sysytem at my home for many years. He has also installed and maintained a drinking water system for my salon & spa. Rance is a pro in everything he does and I completely trust his guidance. He is reliable, a pleasure to deal with and works on time and efficiently. I would highly recommend him for all your water treatment needs.

- West Reading, PA

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Posted 11/28/2017 by Rantz Martin
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What is a Boil Water Advisory (BWA) and why is it issued?

A BWA is issued to protect the community from waterborne emergency. The advisory is issued as a precautionary measure when there is concern that contamination may have occurred during water treatment or due to water main pipe repair. Due to a change in the way the state Department of Environmental Protection views a "waterborne emergency", many water line breaks and routine maintenance repairs now require the issuance of a BWA.

The scary part is that you are likely to drink the water before you are aware of the advisory. Clean Water Solutions can...

Posted 11/14/2017 by Rantz Martin
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