Many Alto, Western Michigan, and Greater Grand Rapids residents suffer from substandard water and rely on bottled water for drinking. Whether it’s the taste or the odor, the water coming out of the spigot isn’t always pleasing. Installing a water filtration system makes your home’s water taste better so you can stop wasting money on bottled water. Call us today to find out more.
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Benefits to a Whole Home Water Filtration System
Purchasing a home water filtration system may seem like a daunting task. Considering the expense, you want to be sure you’re making a smart investment for your home. You may wonder if you need a water filter or if they work. If you’re on the fence about a home water filter, consider these benefits:
- Safer Drinking Water - When you install a water filter, you ensure that you and your family are getting the healthiest drinking water possible at home. Even treated water coming from the plant has contaminants such as lead, fluoride, and chlorine.
- Better Skin - Heavy metals, fluoride, and chlorine wreak havoc on your skin, so with a water filtration system, you get smoother, less irritated skin.
- Cost Savings - If you’re spending money on bottled water, the money you save will pay for the water filter in no time.
- Better Tasting Water - Water filters remove the elements that cause your water to have an unpleasant taste.
Call us today to schedule a consultation and find out if a whole home water filtration system is right for you.
What Is a Whole Home Water Filter?
Unlike the water filters installed on your tap, the whole home water filter installs where your main water line enters your home, so you get filtered water throughout the house, including your water heater.
Like other water filters, the whole home systems come with a variety of filter media to do the job, such as carbon or reverse osmosis. Many experts recommend the reverse osmosis filters because they’re more effective at removing contaminants than carbon.
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How Do Reverse Osmosis Filters Work?
Reverse osmosis filters purify water by using water pressure that pushes the tap water through a semipermeable membrane to remove the impurities. Contaminants that don’t pass through the membrane get filtered out and go down the drain instead of into your water supply. Reverse osmosis is effective and safe.
To find out how to add a whole home water filter to your Alto or greater Grand Rapids, MI, home, call Sheely Plumbing Inc.