Water System Maintenance
Maintenance is always a subject that homeowners or businesses dislike. Maintenance must be completed properly if we expect the equipment we purchase and install to last for its expected lifetime. Maintaining equipment with precision and timeliness, equipment last far beyond the manufacturer’s suggested life expectancy.
Maintenance of water treatment systems must be done annually by Everclean Water Treatment Systems to keep your equipment in top condition and validate the manufacturer’s lifetime warranty. The high performance, delicately balanced heads that move thousands of gallons have small springs and solenoids that must be replaced to allow proper function. Each system should have an annual sanitization of the heavy sediment cylinders.
Maintenance Plans are available through EverClean Water Treatment Systems, whether your system was purchased from us or another source. We will evaluate the system you have and recommend a maintenance option or replacement, depending on the system’s age. Tests will be conducted on the water during the evaluation phase of the maintenance inspection.
The typical life expectancy of the media in a water treatment system is between five to seven years. However, the new media being created are moving that number steadily upward, to 10 years or more. If your system’s media has been corrupted, reached its life expectancy, or is no longer performing its function, we will be able to determine that through water testing.
The maintenance plans we offer have a base starting rate. That cares for the most common maintenance concerns and one set of heavy sediment filters for the year. There are a few items that require upcharges, like UV bulbs and calcite.
We offer an upcharge for those that require salt but cannot transport it to their water treatment location. We will purchase and transport the salt to the water treatment location and stack it for you. If you find that the bags are too heavy to place in the system, we can purchase and install a container with a scoop to transfer salt into the brine tank with ease.
We strive to provide an encompassing but economical approach to maintenance. As a result, we keep the price low to accommodate the highest majority of clients, then upcharge for specific system needs. When a system is maintained properly, it provides years of high-quality service. This, in turn, results in fewer service calls and savings for the client.
Residential maintenance is relatively easy for the client. Depending on the system, you may need to replace sediment filters at three-month intervals or additional filters as instructed by your Everclean Water Treatment Representative. It will be necessary to place salt in the brine barrel with a brine system to maintain it half-full or more.