Whole house water treatment is a system that cleans the homeowner’s entire water supply. The water is cleaned as it enters your home, so the water that comes out of the tap, shower, and bath is clean and healthy every time it is used. Watch the video below to learn more about this topic.
While drinking water quality may be decent, there is no way for a person to know what contaminants exist in the pipes that deliver water to their home. If a person wants to be sure that they are drinking healthy and safe water, installing a whole house system is one’s best option.
There are different types of whole-home systems available. The most common types are reverse osmosis systems and carbon filtration systems. Both have pros and cons, but they share one significant benefit: They filter out toxins like lead and other heavy metals, microorganisms, and chemical substances like pesticides and herbicides from drinking water.
If you live in an older home with galvanised iron pipes or healthy water, To filter your water, you might want to consider installing a reverse osmosis filter on your mainline. If in need of more details, don’t hesitate to call home.