• Welcome to our website

    Clean water is not just needed for drinking but for sanitation purposes as well. If clothes are washed, or the body is washed with contaminated water, this too will result in the rise of diseases. Same is the case for cooking, cleaning and other similar tasks that are an integral part of our lives. Clean water is necessary for good health.

    Little About Us

    We are a full service plumbing company located in Newton NJ and serve Sussex County and the surrounding areas. With 30+ years of hands-on experience in testing water, we offer solutions based on our customer's individual needs. We have the knowledge and know-how to get the job done right the first time, every time. In fact, over the years, we have field tested just about every type of system available. Let our knowledge and experience guide you to the right solution. All water treatment systems, water softeners, and installations are backed with our satisfaction guarantee.

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    Thoughts on Waters

    From the Aid & International Development Forum

    Provides Nourishment

    Water is life. Water is the number one source of nutrition. The human body is made of 60% water, and this is a clear enough indication of the importance of water. Additionally, water helps maintain organ health and allows the blood to maintain the consistency it requires to flow freely and transport oxygen and nutrients to every cell of the body.

    Prevents Diseases

    Did you know that if people are unable to drink safe and clean water, it gives rise to various kinds of diseases? Clean water is essential not only to remain safe from disease but also to maintain good health.

    Rid our body of Toxins

    Clean, fresh and safe water also helps in getting the body rid of all kinds of toxins, whether they are created due to bodily reactions, obtained from outside sources or ones that occur because of the consumption of contaminated water.

    Sanitation

    Clean water is not just needed for drinking but for sanitation purposes as well. If clothes are washed, or the body is washed with contaminated water, this too will result in the rise of diseases. Same is the case for cooking, cleaning and other similar tasks that are an integral part of our lives. Clean water is necessary for good health.

  • About Our Services

    We provide complete line of water treatment services from water testing to installation and service to ensure your water safety and health. We are also a full service plumbing company.

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    We service most makes and models of water treatment systems to include:

    Services Overview

    We listen to your water problems.

    We assess your situation with utmost care.

    We research all possible cause and resolutions.

    We will outline the best course of action and it's costs.

    We will install only quality system and products.

    We will teach you how to safeguard your investment.

  • Products Overview

    Water Softener

    Water softening is the removal of calcium, magnesium, and certain other metal cations in hard water.

    Iron And Sulfur Filter

    Treatment systems prevent your well water from corroding your fixtures, tarnishing your silver and staining your laundry.

    Acid Neutralizers

    Low pH and acidic water not only can create these stains, but can also, over time, damage your copper water pipes and create pin-hole leaks.

    Whole-Home Carbon Filters

    A whole house filter connects to the main water line entering your house so that all of the water in your house treated water.

    Aerators

    Aeration is used in water treatment as a pretreatment in the process of removing iron and hydrogen sulfide (rotten egg smell) from water.

    Pumps And Pressure Tanks

    The pressure tank in a water well system creates water pressure by using compressed air. Because of this pressure, when a valve is opened water is pushed out of the tank through the pipes in your home.

    Chemical Feed Pumps

    Depending on the chemical agent used, the same equipment can treat bacteria, iron, manganese, low pH, hydrogen sulfide (rotten egg smell), and many other water problems.

    Reverse Osmosis Systems

    Reverse osmosis is a water purification process that uses a partially permeable membrane to remove ions, unwanted molecules and larger particles from drinking water.

  • ? Questions ?

    We know you are going to have a million questions. One of those questions is probably "WHY should I invest in a water system".

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    In the United States, tap water is the most tested and regulated source of water you can find. That said, tap water can still contain chemicals you don’t want to consume, cook with, or bathe in, like chloramines, fluoride and even hazardous pollutants like petrochemicals, pesticides or pharmaceuticals.

    Although bottled water is no cleaner or safer than tap water, no matter where you live, your tap water is sure to contain some chemicals you don’t want to drink, cook with or absorb into your skin while bathing or washing your hands. That’s because the chemical pollution standards for tap water (and bottled water) are relatively lax, and only cover the pollutants and microorganisms that are known to make you immediately sick. At a minimum, all municipal tap water contains chlorine to kill bacteria. Many cities also add fluoride to the water, believing it helps with dental health. (It doesn’t, and can cause harm.)

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    Who are Our Suppliers?

    Blake Equipment Pine Island, NY

    Hanover Supply Co. Hanover, NJ

    F.W. Webb Supply Vernon, NJ

    PJ's Supply Co. of Dover, NJ

    North Star Electrical Oak Ridge, NJ

    North Church Heating Services Hardyston, NJ

  • Newton NJ

    Mr Plumb Water Solutions

    P.O. Box 418
    Newton, NJ 07860
    Telephone: +1 973 827 5100
    E-mail:Info@MrPlumbWaterSolutions.com

  • Privacy Policy

    Information Collection, Use, and Sharing

    We are the sole owners of the information collected on this site. We only have access to/collect information that you voluntarily give us via email or other direct contact from you. We will not sell or rent this information to anyone. We will use your information to respond to you, regarding the reason you contacted us. We will not share your information with any third party outside of our organization, other than as necessary to fulfill your request. Unless you ask us not to, we may contact you via email in the future to tell you about specials, new products or services, or changes to this privacy policy.

  • Additional Services and Our Licence Information

    In addition to offering complete water treatment systems and plumbing repairs, we also have a full variety of supply parts!........   No matter what your water needs may be, we can help with those pesky problems with our inventory of parts. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

    We are fully licensed to work on all your home's water purifications, plumbing and water based heating systems.  

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  • We know you have many questions

    We have several questions and answers most home owners with water problems want answered.

    If you don't find your question here or want your water tested... call us today: 973-827-5100

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    Q: How can I tell how hard my water is? A: We can send out a representative and test your water at no charge!

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    Q: What is the difference between a water softener, a water filter, and a water conditioner? A: A water softener and conditioner are water treatment systems designed to remove hardness minerals like calcium and magnesium carbonate dissolved in your water by using either sodium chloride or potassium chloride. A water filtration system (reverse osmosis) will remove or significantly reduce chemicals like chlorine, pesticides, bacteria, and suspended particles like sand and sediment. A water filter will not remove dissolved solids (hard water.)

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    Q: Why would I want to soften my water? A: Softened water greatly reduces scaling and buildup on pipes, faucets, pots, glasses, tubs, etc. You will also use less laundry soap, dishwashing soap, hand soap, etc. Also, most appliances that use water will last longer under soft water conditions.

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    Q: Why does softened water feel silky? A: When you wash your skin with hard water, there is a layer of soap and minerals left on your skin. This is what causes the "squeaky clean" feeling. With soft water, all the soap is completely rinsed away leaving just the natural oils that your skin produces.

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    Q: Do I have to use salt? A: No. There are alternatives to sodium exchange that produce the same effect. The best salt substitute is potassium chloride. This is just as effective as regular salt, but adds potassium instead of sodium. The only downside to potassium chloride is that it typically will cost 3-4 times more than regular softener salt.

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    Q: Will a reverse osmosis system remove sodium from softened water? A: Our state-of-the-art Reverse Osmosis systems will remove about 99.9% of all minerals from water.

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    Q: What should I look for in a water softener? A: One of the main features you should look for is capacity (measured in grains) and how it determines when to regenerate. Our average units vary in size from a 20,000 - 50,000 grain capacity and meters how much water has been used, to determine when it should regenerate. Some of our units regenerate under a fixed period of time and others will regenerate based on your actual water usage. We recommend a water softener that regenerates on demand.

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    Q: How do I put my unit into "bypass" mode and when would I use one? A: On almost all water softeners, there is a bypass valve near the back of the unit where the plumbing attaches to the system. This is usually used when there is an issue with the water treatment system and you need to stop the water from going to the system but keep the water on in the home. Most units tell you which way to turn or push the valve to put the unit into bypass. Sometimes when water treatment systems are installed it is possible that some of the water from hose faucets around the home becomes treated. In this case, you could bypass the system to get untreated water to a faucet that you would need temporarily.