There are a lot of things you do for yourself and your family members in order to keep healthy. You do your best to eat healthy, keep your brain active, and exercise a little every day. But one of the most important necessities for your health and wellness could also be making you sick: the water in your home.
Could you benefit from a water treatment system to help keep contaminants far away from your faucets? Check out our guide to a few common water treatment systems to find out if one of these is right for you. Contact your local plumber for water testing services to learn more about what’s in your water supply.
- Water Filter: Are there specific contaminants that you worry about in your water supply? Do you notice that the water appears discolored, or do you detect an unusual odor? While it’s best to have the water tested first, a whole-house filter can remove many common pollutants. Many are even designed to target particular contaminants.
- Water Softener: Do you notice white, chalky areas around the faucets and drains? Do you have to have your water heater or boiler tank de-scaled from time to time? Are you worried about the well-being of your fixtures and water-using appliances? Water softeners are designed to help homeowners with “hard water,” a condition in which mineral deposits left behind on the pipes and can do a lot of damage. Around 75% of homes in the U.S. are dealing with hard water, so a water softener is beneficial for most homes.
- Reverse Osmosis System: Reverse osmosis systems are designed for heavy-duty filtration. For industrial purposes, reverse osmosis systems can actually turn sea water into something drinkable. A reverse osmosis system can keep your water pure of everything from chemicals to minerals.
At Admiral Plumbing Services, LLC, we recommend and install Halo water filtration systems in the Jupiter, FL area. Call our super friendly team for exceptional service!