Whole House Water Filtration System
A whole water filtration system filters all the water coming into your home. This type of system is better than a filter that just affects the water coming through a single tap, and it offers a host of benefits. Trying to decide if a whole house filter is right for you? Take a look at these compelling benefits.
1. Constant Access to Safe Drinking Water
When you drink water from the tap, you often ingest chemicals such as chlorine, added by the water treatment plant, as well as any other toxins that may be in the water. When you have a whole water filtration system, you get constant access to safe drinking water in your home.
2. Improved Taste
In addition to being safer, your water is also tasty when filtered. With a whole home filter, you can draw a glass of water from any tap (kitchen, bathroom, laundry room, etc.) and enjoy the great taste.
3. Reduce Risk of Disease
Clean water protects you from disease. Depending on where your water is sourced, it can have bacteria or microbes that can cause disease, but a filter can eliminate those risks.
4. Better for the Environment
Compared to drinking bottled water, drinking water that has been run through a whole water filtration system is better for the environment. You don't add all those plastic bottles to the landfills. According to some estimates, only about 38% of all plastic bottles get recycled.
5. Financial Savings
A filter is an investment into your home. Although there is an upfront cost, you save money in the long run compared to buying bottled water. Additionally, you enjoy cost savings in other ways mentioned below.
6. Helps With Skin Issues
Skin issues such as eczema and psoriasis get exacerbated by fluoride, chlorine, and heavy metals in unfiltered water. When you filter all the water coming into your home, you get to bathe and shower in gentler, cleaner water.
7. Better Disaster Preparedness
In a lot of cases, a whole water filtration system can help you in a disaster. In particular, if a sewer line bursts due to freezing, flooding, or other conditions, sewage can get into your plumbing, but if you get a whole water filtration system, you can put in a plug drain or another mechanism to prevent that from happening.
8. Save on Soap
If you use a whole water filtration system to soften your water, you reduce the amount of soap you need to use on clothing, bodies, dishes, and anything else you are cleaning. That can help to save you money in the long run. Basically this happens because soap lathers more effectively in softened water so it works better and you don't have to use as much.
9. Reduce Soap Build-Up
Based on the above fact, your machines don't face as much soapy build up. As a result, they last longer and don't get a lot of grime.
To learn more about a whole water filtration system, look through our site and check out the multiple types of filters we offer to meet your unique needs. We provide filters to homes, businesses, and industrial facilities, and we look forward to helping you improve your water.