Remove Contaminants With a Water Filtration System
If there was anything in your home you thought would never need treatment, surely water is it. Water is the purest, healthiest thing that you and your family can get your hands on, right?
In most cases that’s true. Water should be those things, but sometimes it gets contaminated, or ‘hard,’ and can’t give you all the things you need!
What Can Contaminate Your Water?
Outdoor and public water sources – like water that comes from a well or municipal plant – can carry unwanted materials into your home. These materials include:
Now you may be thinking: But I’ve heard chemicals clean my water, so why are they bad? While it is good that they remove these pollutants from the water, chemicals can leave behind a funny taste. It will be hard to get your family to drink more water when it doesn’t taste right!
So, how do you fix this contaminant-ridden, funny tasting water problem? With some water treatment solutions by T.Webber Plumbing, Heating, and Air Conditioning!
Water Treatment Solutions
- Water Filtration: Water filtration systems remove any chemicals and other bacteria from the water, giving you cleaner water and better tasting food. These systems can be installed in two ways – whole home or fixture specific. Whole home means that every fixture or appliance is equipped with a system, and fixture specific means only certain ones will get the filtration device. The choice is yours! Water filtration Westchester County
- Water Softeners: Ever wonder what those spots on your glass shower doors were? Or why you never feel fully clean after a shower? Well, it’s because you have hard water. Hard water is water that is overly rich with materials like calcium and magnesium. It can affect every area of your life where water is concerned. By getting a water softener installed, you will have cleaner clothing and skin, better tasting water, and increase the life of your plumbing system.
Ready to start living a cleaner, healthier life with the installation of a water treatment system? If so, call T.Webber Plumbing, Heating, and Air Conditioning today!