If you are unsure whether your household water is fit for drinking or not, having a good water filtration system installed in your home will help you to keep any contaminants out of the water. Whether the impurities in your water are dangerous or not, having a system in place will provide you with peace of mind because you’ll know every drop of water from every faucet is free and clear.
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Water Filtration for the Whole House
Whole-house water filtration is usually your best option if you have water contaminants in your household water. There are other types of filtration available, but only with a whole-house system can you have complete peace of mind, knowing that every household faucet will produce clean water that’s contaminant-free. This means you no longer have to rely on bottled water for drinking, so you’ll save money over the long-term.
A Variety of Options
As far as water filtration mediums go, there are a few common ones that are effective. Reverse osmosis water filtration is common, as is carbon-based filtration and water softening if you happen to have hard water. Most of the time, you will work together with your water expert to find a solution that works best for your home.
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Depending on where you live, there may be any number of contaminants in your water. Some of the more common ones are magnesium, calcium, sulfur, chlorine, tannins, iron, bacteria and different viruses. Sometimes, sediment may be present in the water, which must also be filtered out. Most household water contaminants won’t produce any serious health effects, but they may alter the taste of the water, strain the water or in the case of hard water, produce a white residue known as limescale. In rare cases, dangerous levels of arsenic may be in the water, which requires strict filtration to keep your family safe. To find out for sure what’s in your water, have it professionally tested as soon as possible.