Do you know if the water in your home is safe and pure? Since most water is recycled, meaning it isn’t “new,” it’s important to pay attention to the quality of your water. One way to ensure your water at home is pure is by installing a water filter system. By implementing this system, you can have constant peace of mind, not to mention you won’t have to wait on a delivery service to bring you your water, or drive up to a store to refill your 5-gallon jug. Safe and pure water – at the turn of a nob: what could be better?
At Tom Moffett Plumbing, we truly care about our customers and their health. This is why we install H20 Harmony and Nature’s Miracle water filter systems. Since opening, we’ve striven to provide customers with top-notch products that will last for years to come. We believe these brands offer an unparalleled level of safety.
When it comes to safe water, people tend to usually think only about drinking water. While it is critical to have safe water for drinking, it’s important to also consider the impact impure water could have on your bathing and clothes laundering. Impure or hard water can damage your skin and hair, form scales on your plumbing fixtures, and reduce flow rates.
Hard water and impure water often go together, however, there is a difference between the two. Hard water is composed of mostly calcium and magnesium bicarbonates, and while it doesn’t necessary pose a serious risk to your health, it can cause numerous problems, like the ones we previously stated. You can purchase a water softener separately, however, we recommend installing a whole house water filtration system because it filters out numerous things, including hard water.
Water filter is an umbrella term, encompassing the following:
Before purchasing a water filter system, we recommend having your water tested first. This will allow us to pinpoint exactly where the problem lies and come up with a tailored solution.
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