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The Water Store

Your Full-Service
Water Treatment Experts

Offering Families from all of the Lehigh Valley Area the ability to have their water filtered to perfection through rigorously tested & certified systems installed with white-glove service, maintained by our licensed local experts who adhere to the industry code of ethics for over 35 years.

Called many water treatment companies For acidic water problem. I knew how to test water and had my own kit. It was unbelievable how many of these water treatment companies try to convince you that you needed so much more than you really did & at such a high cost. This gentleman was honest! Simply got a water neutralizer -didn’t need the softener and everything else that was trying to be sold to me. Highly recommend.

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The Water Store

Your Full-Service
Water Treatment Experts

Offering Families from all of the NY and Greater Metropolitan Area the ability to have their water filtered to perfection through rigorously tested & certified systems installed with white-glove service, maintained by our licensed local experts who adhere to the industry code of ethics for over 35 years.
Called many water treatment companies For acidic water problem. I knew how to test water and had my own kit. It was unbelievable how many of these water treatment companies try to convince you that you needed so much more than you really did & at such a high cost. This gentleman was honest! Simply got a water neutralizer -didn’t need the softener and everything else that was trying to be sold to me. Highly recommend.
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Why Choose Us?

Guarantee & Warranties

We guarantee all of our installations and our products have excellent warranties direct from the manufacturer. With The Water Store you’ll rest assured we’ll be here for years to come to help maintain your water system cost-effectively.

Licensed & Certified

We’re fully licensed and insured and are members of the Water Quality Association and adhere to their Code of Ethics.

3rd Party Seals of Approval

Many products we offer have earned agency seals like ISO 9001, 2 Gold Seals of Approval from the Water Quality Association, and several plumbing seals as well. You will find these proudly displayed to show we’re not the only ones impressed by our quality.

Proudly & Safely "Made in the USA"

The systems we offer are proudly Made in the USA and we are part of the largest manufacturer of water treatment systems in the world. Our systems, with their innovative technology, have satisfied customers for years; giving them cleaner and healthier water.

How can we help you?

Our water specialists are ready to help you solve these common water issues!
Hard water buildup
Hard Water Buildup

More than just a pain to clean, hard water can cause permanent damage to water-using appliances, pipes, faucets, and fixtures. Luckily, there’s an all-natural solution that will protect your home…

iron and rust in water
Iron & Mineral Stains

Iron causes red/orange stains and can be seriously hard to clean up. There are two different types of iron, both treated by different methods, so a free home water test can help you determine the best plan of action.

Bad tasting chlorine water
Bad Tasting and/or Contaminated Water

Most water contamination happens AFTER the water leaves your local water treatment plant. Between the miles of pipes, and the use of chlorine, it’s not unusual for water to be contaminated & taste pretty gross.

Looking For Pricing?

There's no one-size-fits-all situation in water treatment. That's the reason most companies don't have price lists on their sites.

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Either way, we'll ask the right questions, set up a no obligation consultation to test your water. Then, we can provide options for the best equipment solution.

We have a variety of systems and purchase options to fit your home and financial needs: from affordable purchase prices, lease to own options, convenient rentals, to financing solutions. Getting healthy water for your home and family has never been so easy.

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The Water Store was founded in 1966 as a water treatment company and has been offering the best commercial and residential water softeners, reverse osmosis systems, water filters, bottled water, and more for decades in the Bath area. We’ll give you a free water analysis and figure out the ideal water treatment system for your home or office application. We carry water softeners, filters, and RO systems from Charger, CSI, and Marlo, and have everything from high-quality affordable options to the highest tech items that can connect via wifi. Give us a call for a free consultation today. hard water treatment, soft water, home water treatment, water treatment companies near me, water treatment, water treatment near me, water treatment plant near me, water treatment systems, water treatment systems near meprocess, filtration, disinfection, chlorine, plant, sedimentation, flocculation, coagulation, industrial, drinking water, chemical, sewage, wastewater, flow chart, ion exchange, simple, reverse osmosis, membrane, flow diagram, ozone, sludge, activated carbon, river, stages, nanotechnology, biological, alum, water purification, home, aeration 2786 W Beersville Rd Bath PA 18014 Phone Number: (610) 947-5697 Hours: Monday - Friday 7 am - 5 pm About Bath PA: Bath is a borough in Northampton County, Pennsylvania. As of the 2020 census, Bath had a population of 2,808. It is part of the Lehigh Valley metropolitan area, which had a population of 861,899 and was the 68th most populous metropolitan area in the U.S. as of the 2020 census. Directions:

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What is water treatment?

Water treatment is any process that improves the quality of water for a specific purpose. Reasons for improving water quality may include drinking, cooking, bathing, or other household activities.

How does water treatment work?

Water treatment works by running water through chemicals and filters to reduce toxins and hazards. This is done at both the municipal level and at a private level in homes and/or businesses. While a water treatment plant may make water potable again, healthy, clean, quality water can only be truly achieved at the point of service (pos). This is because the water running to your home or business, from the municipal water supply, picks up contaminants from the pipes it runs through. In-home water treatment, or POS systems, run your water through an additional set of filters and media that reduce contaminants that may have both been picked up from the city water pipes and those that may not have been removed, to begin with.

How many steps are in the water treatment process?

There are typically 9 steps in the municipal water treatment process: Collection, Screening and Straining, Chemical Addition, Coagulation and Flocculation, Sedimentation and Clarification, Filtration, Disinfection, Storage, and finally Distribution. Private water treatment systems for homes or businesses can have anywhere from 3 to 16 filtration stages that work to reduce additional contaminants. Some of these stages include carbon, reverse osmosis, UV light, and remineralization.