Welcome to NicMar | Martin Water, York Spring's Problem Water Specialists resolving all Municipal and Well Water Problems in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania region.
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Set along the banks of the Susquehanna River, Harrisburg is thought to have been inhabited by Native Americans as early as 3000 BC. At the time, the swath of land was an important crossroads and rest stop for Native American traders.
The first European contact with the “Peixtin” Native Americans of Pennsylvania was made by Captain John Smith in 1608, an Englishman who journeyed from Virginia up the Susquehanna and visited the local Susquehanna tribe. In 1719 another Englishman, trader John Harris, Sr., settled in the area that was to become Harrisburg and 14 years later amassed grants for 800 acres of land. By 1785, his son John Harris, Jr. made plans to lay out a town on his father’s parcels of land, which he named Harrisburg from the Pennsylvania German: Harrisbarig).
Thirty plus years later, in October 1812, Harrisburg became incorporated and was named the Pennsylvania state capital and has been so ever since.
Today, with population of roughly 50,000, Harrisburg is the county seat of Dauphin County and is the ninth-largest city in Pennsylvania. The city played a noteworthy role in American history during the Westward Migration, the American Civil War, as well as the Industrial Revolution.
to play in the second half of the 19th century during the Industrial Revolution. It not only became an important railroad hub, but a major steel and iron center for the entire United States. The Pennsylvania Steel Company plant, eventually taken over by Bethlehem Steel, opened in 1866 with the distinction of being the first in the country.
Harrisburg being in the heart of the bountiful Pennsylvania Dutch Country also has a deep agriculture and food heritage, being the home of the world famous chocolate making giant Hershey.
York Springs’ NicMar | Martin Water, one of the oldest locally owned water filtration and water treatment companies in has been serving Harrisburg, servicing and installing state-of-the art water filtration systems to deal with the water issues native all of South Central PA, including Harrisburg as well as the greater York, Hanover, Gettysburg areas.
NicMar | Martin Water’s service and repair center is considered one of the best in the region, offering emergency repair on a host of water filtration systems as well as water softeners of all makes and models including EcoWater Systems, Hellenbrand, Culligan, Rainsoft, Whirlpool, 3M, GE, Sears, Waterrite and many more.
Call us to solve your hard water needs in Harrisburg or anywhere throughout the greater South Central PA area. A NicMar | Martin Water professional has the experience and local water knowhow to guide a homeowner through the complexities of selecting the most effective and ecologically sensitive water filtration solution for your home or business.
Call NicMar | Martin Water today at 717.528.8444 for water treatment solutions designed to address hardness, taste/odor, pharmaceuticals and lead removal as well as nitrate, sulfur, iron, sulfur bacteria, chlorine, chloramines, fluoride, toxic chemicals, uranium, radon and acidic water in Harrisburg Pennsylvania. Click here to contact us for immediate service.
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Harrisburg, with the state capitol dome, viewed from the other side of the Susquehanna River in Wormleysburg
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The John Harris Bridge, also known locally as the South Bridge, carries Interstate 83 and the Capital Beltway across the Susquehanna River connecting downtown Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and its western suburbs in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.
John Harris Bridge
Residential Water Softening, Reverse Osmosis and Water Filtration in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
NicMar | Martin Water is here to resolve all your residential water treatment problems in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Call us at 717.528.8444 or click here for immediate service.
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