Beinhower Bros. provides knowledge and experience to meet the needs of our groundwater customers. We provide the highest quality water treatment equipment available and practical equipment that gets the job done. We are different from most water treatment companies. What makes us different is our experience with well construction, pump system mechanics, and how we apply this knowledge to the water treatment. They are integrally related to one another. We not only install and service your water softener, but also service your well and pump system.
Your water well is unique. Our goal is to provide you with knowledge and information so you can make the best decision possible for your water system. To help you gain this knowledge, we provide information about the particular water system during our service call or water evaluation. With a service call, we can test the gallons per minute flow rate (GPM) of the water supply, which is one of the factors that determine the type of water treatment that can be used. If you don’t have adequate flow, the treatment system will not work as designed. We also determine the clarity of the water and do a detailed water analysis for hardness, iron, pH, hydrogen sulfide, manganese, and other contaminants. Through questions, we determine the amount of water you use, peak water times, and different uses of water and then make specific recommendations.
We are an exclusive Water Right dealer in our area. Water Right offers superior equipment. Certain Water Right equipment offers a patented technology that combines electricity and sodium to produce a self-disinfecting chlorine gas. Water Right provides its dealers with superior training and technical support. You can learn more about them at www.water-right.com.
We provide water treatment for residential, commercial, and irrigation applications. Distillers and Reverse Osmosis systems are available for drinking water. Calcium removal is accomplished by ion exchange (i.e. water softener). We have systems that remove iron, sulfur, manganese, and other minerals. We also permit, design, and install water treatment systems that meet certain Ohio EPA standards.
Please contact us to discuss the particulars of your water and well system. We can provide you with certain information over the phone or we can schedule a time to perform an evaluation and service call on your water system. We promise to help you obtain the type of water you desire and provide you with the necessary knowledge.
The average household uses 107,000 gallons of water each year.