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Home Drinking Water Treatment

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Hardness

Hard water is a common issue for residential water. Caused by mineral deposits in the water, hard water can produce dry skin and hair as well as creating buildup in pipes and appliances.

Iron

Red-orange staining in sinks or tubs is often caused by too much iron in residential water. The presence of iron can also create an unpleasant metallic taste.

Sulfur

Sulfur, or the “rotten egg smell,” can be an unpleasant side effect of hydrogen sulfide gas in residential water. Aside from the smell, sulfur can cause damage to pipes.

Chlorine

The strong, chemical taste and smell of chlorine in drinking water can be off-putting, and it can cause dry skin and hair.

Bacteria and Algae

The musty “dirt” smell that is sometimes present in drinking water can be caused by common bacteria or even algae blooms.

Blue-Green Staining

Water with low pH levels is often the cause of the blue-green stains that appear around water faucets and in tubs and toilets.

Lead

The presence of lead in drinking water is a serious problem since high levels of lead are dangerous and can be deadly, especially for pets and children.

Cloudy Water

Cloudy, milky-looking water could be caused by the presence of suspended solids or by hard water. Suspended solids can come from undesirable sources like runoff from storms or construction sites.

What’s in Your Water?

With so many options available, how can you decide whether or not to install a water treatment system, or choose which one is the best fit for your home? In order to understand what kind of water treatment system will work for you, you first need to evaluate the unique needs of your residential water. An in-depth water test will reveal contaminants in your water and will give you the exact composition of your water. This way, you will have the information that you need to make a decision regarding what products are the best fit for your home. Not all water is created equal, so take the time to make the right choice.

Once your water has been tested, you can start considering your options. Depending on the results of your water test, there are several different options that you can choose to protect your home’s water supply.  Click here for your FREE Water Test.

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Water Softeners

Water softeners are effective in homes that have issues with hard water. Hard water can affect many aspects of your home. Residue on dishes and glass, buildup in appliances, dry skin and hair, and hardening water pipes are all side effects of hard water and can be costly in the long run.

HOW does a water softener work? Ion exchange or salt water softeners operate by binding negatively charged sodium, potassium or hydrogen resin to positively charged metal ions, drawing the hard minerals out of the water. Salt water softener systems are the most affordable and effective means to treat hard water in your home. We’ve designed this easy graphic to help explain the literal ins and outs of your water softener.

Reverse Osmosis

Reverse osmosis is similar to filtration but is far more complex. The Kinetico K5 Drinking Water Station uses water pressure and flux, as well as solute concentration, to remove unwanted particles from water. This system is certified to remove more contaminants than any other reverse osmosis system, making your water the safest for you and your family.

Water Filters

Water filters provide full-service water treatment by reducing the contaminants that are distributed in the water at the source before the water connects into your home or building. A water filter is necessary to eliminate impurities and pharmaceuticals.  Specialized water systems address your water issues and leave you with pure, great-tasting water.

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Water Conditioning Systems

Water conditioning systems are designed to eliminate scale buildup in your pipes. Water conditioners work to eliminate excess sodium in your water since they are salt-free systems. Rather than using salt, the water conditioning system employs a media or catalyst to condition the water. The conditioning is designed to eliminate scale buildup in your pipes.

Why do you need a water treatment system in your home?

There’s no way to tell what is lurking in your water, even if you have the benefit of being tapped into treated city water. There is always a risk that your water supply is exposed to potential contamination. Common problems like hard water, cloudy water, or staining can affect your home and your health. Investing in a home water treatment system is the only way to ensure that your water is completely safe for consumption. A water test can reveal which water treatment system will be most effective in your home.

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