Selecting a Home Water Treatment System
It can be difficult to determine whether you actually need a water treatment system or what type of system would be best for you. Although the choice to use a water treatment system is up to each individual, consider these factors in your product selection process.
WHY WATER TREATMENT?
Filtering or treating your water creates numerous benefits for you and your home.
Provides bottle-quality, crystal--clear water from your tap.
Enhances flavor of coffee, tea, soup and pasta. Also, cleanup is easier.
Bath & Shower
Reduces harsh effects on skin, which feels softer, and hair, which looks silkier.
Makes clothes feel softer and last longer “with whiter whites and brighter brights” while using less detergent.
Improves efficiency of water heaters, washing machines and dishwashers.
Offers a cost-saving alternative to bottled water.
Reduces water bottles in landfills.
IMPORTANCE OF TESTING
Understanding what's in your home's water will determine the best water filtration solution for your household.
Find out with our in-home water analysis.
We will provide a complimentary test of your water, complete a basic plumbing inspection and make recommendations based on any hard water issues and your family's water-quality needs.
We'll review water softening and filtration benefits -- from reverse osmosis, carbon filters and specialty filters to UV light systems.
Since water quality varies from home to home, and no two homes are alike, what’s right for one family may not be right for yours?
WHAT'S IN YOUR WATER?
Although our water supply is considered safe, water is a universal solvent. It absorbs a little bit of anything it touches.
An in-house analysis is a definitive step in determining if you face any of the following water-quality issues:
Found in 85% of the Nigeria it contains one grain or more of calcium or magnesium per gallon.
Also known as turbidity. Usually caused by dissolved or suspended solids.
Disinfectant added to water supply to kill harmful bacteria, but no longer needed by the time it reaches the home.
Taste and Odor
Water's original state is colorless, tasteless and odorless.
Bacteria & Viruses
State and local water treatment facilities cannot ensure drinking water is entirely free of microbial pathogens.
WHAT YOU CAN DO
The most effective solutions for improving water quality focus on point-of-entry products and point-of-use products. These two ways to process water include the following options:
Our consultants will help you find any combination that best suits your water-quality needs.
Remove minerals, such as calcium and manganese, which cause hard water.
Removes harmful contaminants such as arsenic, lead, sulfate, chlorine, VOCs, rust, sediment and more.
Remove sediment, chlorine and other organic compounds.
Remove sediment, primarily metal and sulfur.
Used for wells, lakes and unknown water sources to eliminate bacteria, viruses and other pathogens.
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