A Quick Guide: Water Filtration Systems

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A Quick Guide: Water Filtration Systems

Do you wish the faucet produced bottled water? Some homeowners don’t realize that a water filtration system can be installed. Just imagine – you can cook, bathe and clean with filtered water on demand. No longer will you need to order water jugs, use a cumbersome faucet attachment or pollute the environment with plastic water bottles. Perhaps you already have a filtration system, but don’t know what to do about maintenance or repairs. In that case, call a plumber that has experience with water filtration systems.

The main waterline is where the water filter is placed. Once installed, that it! You get clean, pure water right away. Whether you are looking to install a new filtration system or service an existing one, make sure you hire a trusted local plumber, like Mike’s Plumbing. A plumber will have the experience and tools to place the filter. After installation, you will enjoy, pure, great-tasting, healthy water on demand. Of course, filtered water isn’t just for drinking.

  • Laundry. Washing your clothes with filtered water can reduce the ageing of clothes that occurs in the washing machine. It might even extend the life of your clothes!
  • Coffee/Tea: Your coffee machine will appreciate pure water and help it to work better. Also, your coffee and tea will taste better than if you used unfiltered tap water.
  • Cleaning: Cleaning with contaminant-free water and your favorite cleaner/disinfectant helps your home become healthier.
  • Bathing: Given the choice, wouldn’t you prefer to clean your body with filtered water? Pure water is great for your skin and hair.
  • Cooking: A water filtration system is great for washing vegetables and for inclusion in your recipes. It is healthier and better tasting!

Water filtration systems are worth the investment. Not only is it a house-selling feature that adds value, but it is good for your family’s health. As you know, there are a variety of contaminants that may be lurking in your tap water. Some of the contaminants that might be in your tap water include:

  • Chlorine
  • Lead
  • Ammonia
  • Copper
  • Arsenic
  • Sediment
  • Some bacteria

Surely, you wouldn’t give your children, pets or plants contaminants like these! Although your local water supply is treated for safety, having your own filter takes it to the next level. When you filter your water, many of the chemicals that slipped through will be safely removed. Water filtration systems can improve the taste by removing some of the elements that cause it to taste bad or even smell.

Ready for better water? Does your existing filtration system need repairs or maintenance? Call today at 219-808-1073 or email: Mike@nwi-plumbing.com.