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We install water softeners and filtration systems to deliver pure, potable water for your family.
Water is a core component in nearly every aspect of home life. You use it to clean, cook, bathe, and drink. It has a significant impact on your health and well-being. So, why wouldn’t you want the purest and softest water possible to enhance your lifestyle? At Cardinal Plumbing, Heating & Air, we create sustainable water solutions with personalized water treatment systems in Northern Virginia. Whether you are concerned about how you consume water or how it feels on your skin, we can help you meet your clean water goals. Fill out the contact form or call us today for an in-home estimate on our water treatment system.
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Home Water Treatment Systems We Offer in Virginia

Water Filtration Systems

Our filtration systems remove impurities from the water that make it unsafe to drink. We offer a variety of systems, including reverse osmosis, carbon filtration, and ultraviolet light.  

Water Softener Systems

Our water softener systems remove calcium and magnesium from hard water, making it safe to use water for household purposes. They’re ideal for bathing and washing clothes.

What are the Benefits of a Water Filtration System?

If you are connected to a city water supply in Virginia, it is likely that the water is treated. However, the water still contains impurities, such as dissolved minerals, bacteria, or chlorine. If you are concerned about the quality of your water or want to improve its taste, a water filtration system is a good option for you. There are several benefits of having a water filtration system in your home, including:  
  • square boxA water filtration system makes your water safer to drink and taste better.
  • square boxA filtration system removes minerals that cause hard water, helping to protect your appliances.
  • square boxFiltered water improves the health and appearance of your skin and hair
  • square box Installing a filtration system eliminates the need to purchase bottled water.
  • square box Filtering your water at home reduces plastic waste and helps to protect the environment.
  • square boxMany people prefer the taste of filtered water to tap water because it is free from chemicals.

We Offer Three Types of Water Filtration Systems

Reverse osmosis

Water is filtered through a semipermeable membrane to remove sediment and impurities.

Carbon Filtration


Water is passed through several layers of activated carbon, which traps pollutants.



Water is exposed to ultraviolet rays, which disinfect the water and neutralize contaminants.

Our water treatment specialists can help you choose the right water purification system based on impurities in your water, water flow rate, household size, maintenance requirements, and budget

Why Do I Need a Water Softener in My House?

Hard water can have a variety of devastating effects on your home and appliances, such as:
  • square box Buildup of scale in pipes and appliances: Hard water can leave mineral deposits, called scale, in pipes, water heaters, and other appliances. Over time, this scale can restrict water flow and reduce the efficiency of the appliances, leading to costly repairs or replacements.
  • square box Stains on fixtures and laundry: Hard water can leave stains on fixtures, such as faucets and showerheads, and cause discoloration on clothing and linens.
  • square box Dry skin and hair: Hard water can strip natural oils from skin and hair, leaving them dry and irritated.
  • square box Reduced soap and detergent effectiveness: Hard water can react with soap and detergents, reducing their effectiveness and leaving a residue on clothing and dishes.
  • square box Reduced overall water quality: Hard water can change the taste and smell of the water, making it less appealing to drink.
If you are experiencing any of these problems and you know that your water is hard, our water softener systems can prevent these problems and improve the overall quality of the water in your home.

Schedule a Clean Water Test & Water Treatment Services from Cardinal

Are you not sure whether a water filtration system is right for you? Schedule a clean water test from Cardinal Plumbing, Heating, and Air. We can assess your water’s purity and softness and help you choose the right system that meets your needs. Fill out the contact form or call us to schedule a water softener installation in Virginia.

Frequently Asked Questions About Water Treatment Services

What is the difference between a water filter and a water purifier?

A water filter is a device that removes impurities from water by using a physical barrier or chemical treatment. A water purifier, on the other hand, is a device that removes impurities and also kills or removes harmful microorganisms, such as bacteria and viruses.

How often do I need to change the filters in my water filtration system?

The frequency of filter changes will vary depending on the type of filter and the amount of water that is being used. Some filters may need to be changed as often as every month, while others may last for several months or longer. It’s important to check the manufacturer’s recommendations and keep a schedule for replacement.

Will a water filtration system remove all contaminants?

No, not all water filtration systems are able to remove all contaminants. It’s important to choose a system that is designed to remove the specific contaminants that are present in your water.