Water filtration is responsible for keeping your water supply crystal clear. No contaminants. No chemicals. Not even a speck of dirt. It keeps any filth out of your water so you can use it for a wide variety of purposes like drinking, washing, watering the lawn, and so much more. It’s so vital to the overall state of your home that you wouldn’t be able live there at all if you didn’t have a steady flow of running water.
Running water is kinda like oxygen—you don’t realize how much you need it until it’s not there anymore. Oh, and when we say you’ll “realize” it, we mean clinching your stomach after drinking a contaminated glass of tap water or maybe itching your skin after a shower. You rely so much on clean water on a daily basis for a wide range of purposes that even just one contaminant can spoil the broth and interrupt with your day-to-day. Illnesses, discomfort, and even fixture damage are only just some of the side-effects of having contaminated water in your home.
Calling T.Webber for Water Filtration Service
If you want to keep your water healthy, please call T.Webber today. We can provide you with a range of water treatment options including water treatment systems, whole house sediment filters, acid neutralizers, reverse osmosis systems, ultraviolet water purification, etc. Our team of plumbers is available for service at all times of the year. After all, the running water never stops, so why should we? We can provide emergency plumbing service when something goes awry in your water supply. The well-being of our customers is always the top priority. If there are any life-threatening contaminants in your water, we want to get them out there as soon as possible. With our help, you can expect to live happier and healthier in your home. You’ll have clean water to drink, wash clothing, clean floors, and even take a relaxing hot shower. A call to T.Webber is one of the most effective ways you can make your life easier this winter.
What If You Don’t Call Us?
Let’s give a general overview of what will happen if you don’t have reliable water filtration in your home, including these 4 misfortunes:
- Discolored Water: You know you’ve got hard water when the water is cloudy and murky in its consistency. This is largely due to the makeup of calcium and magnesium hydroxide, which is soluble in water. Cloudy, murky water can make your next shower or round of dishwashing a bit more difficult as total cleanliness when washing with hard water isn’t guaranteed.
- Poor Water Quality: Due to hard water’s chemical makeup, it can actually stick to water pipes and lead to a higher chance of drain clogs, which can only make you spend more money on drain cleaning service. It can also create problems with sinks, baths, toilets, and shower heads.
- Interference with Daily Life: Hard water can wreak havoc on your laundry, dishes, and your health. Daily life can be seriously interrupted due to hard water’s ability to create spotty dishware, stiff, ragged clothes, and make you ill.
- Health Hazards: While hard water presents no immediate health consequences, long-term consumption certainly isn’t good for you. You need water that won’t put your health on the line every time you take a drink, and water filtration can make that a reality.
What is Hard Water?
Hard water is a frustrating problem that causes constant levels of discomfort to those affected by it. Fortunately, there’s an awesome solution: install a whole house water filtration and softener system. This is an ingeniously designed filtration and softener device that removes the excess levels of minerals from the water, in effect purifying and softening it.
You’ll immediately notice a difference in how the water from the faucet tastes, as well as how clean your dishes and clothes are after washing. In addition, your skin, hair, and nails will quickly become stronger and healthier. And over time, you’ll notice a significant reduction in the build-up of sediment on plumbing fixtures, in appliances and in your property’s pipes.
Using Reverse Osmosis
Unfortunately, hard water makes it impossible to change your water supply if the water delivered through the municipal main is hard. That’s why you need to address the issue at the point of entry into your home’s plumbing system. You can do this by installing a whole-home water softener. A whole-home water softener uses reverse osmosis to negate the harsh minerals and other contaminants that are bad for your health and taste nasty.
Here’s how it works: The water is run through a filtration system that consists of a semi-permeable membrane. This membrane retains the minerals and contaminants while letting the water through. As a result, the water that’s delivered to your plumbing fixtures is completely clean.
Contact T.Webber today if you want to avoid the perils of dirty water and have one of our professional supply you with excellent water filtration!