Nowadays, it may seem somewhat impossible to find a case of bottled water on store shelves. And when health is at the forefront of your mind, you might be fearful to take a chance and drink unfiltered water directly from your tap. However, there is a solution to improve your living space’s water quality — cue a whole-house water filtration and conditioning system.
If you’re debating whether this breakthrough system would be ideal in your home, consider the following benefits:
The Benefits of a Whole-House Water Filtration & Conditioning System
Creates Drinkable Tap Water
One of the most impressive features of a whole-house water filtration and conditioning system is that it will help produce clean, drinkable water from any tap in your humble abode. While some store-bought devices on the market will help improve the quality of tap-based H20 (i.e., such as a drink pitcher with a built-in filter), those can only do so much and do not have the power of this incredible system.
When a system is installed in your home, water will pass through a NSF-Certified* (National Sanitation Foundation), acid-washed Granular Activated Carbon (GAC) to remove chlorine, chloramine, gases, dyes, and more from your water supply, giving you that fresh, clean taste — no matter what faucet you put a drinking glass under.
Solves Hard Water Problems
A common problem found in many homes across the nation is hard water — something that shouldn’t be taken lightly. This type of water quality, which has an extremely high mineral content, will take a toll on your hair, skin, nails, and laundry — to name a few. Additionally, hard water can even affect the well-being of your plumbing appliances (in the years to come) and leave behind a scaly residue on plumbing fixtures, too.
A whole-house water filtration and conditioning system will have the power to stop hard water in its tracks and provide your entire home with soft, top-of-the-line water. Thanks to the conditioning element of the system — which uses multi-reversing polarity permanent magnetic fields to alter the ion structure of magnesium and calcium (both positively and negatively charged) — you won’t have to worry about running into hard water ever again!