Wouldn’t it be nice if the only things we found in our water supply were hydrogen and oxygen? Unfortunately, that’s not usually the case. Most residential water samples will uncover traces of sand, rust, silt, calcium, and magnesium. These are just a few things that make our water “dirty.”
What Will a Water Filtration System Remove from My Water?
If you’ve ever drank your water and said, “this doesn’t taste so great.”, you’re not alone. Hard water can smell and taste bad and cause water spots in our shower and on the glassware in your kitchen. It can also leave discoloration in clothing and cause dry skin and hair.
Hard water contains high levels of mineral content, such as calcium and magnesium. It’s unhealthy to drink these heavy minerals that make the water hard and also corrosive to your plumbing fixtures and pipes.
Have you ever considered what’s in your home’s water supply and how you can remove the impurities? A water filtration system generally fights back against “hard water.” It can help minimize hard water and remove sand, rust, and silt.
How Does a Whole House Filter System Work?
There are many advantages to installing a whole house filter. Instead of focusing on one supply, a whole house filter offers protection against thousands of toxins that municipal authorities might not eliminate.
You can drink from any water source inside and outside your home, and you won’t have to rely on a filtration system in a refrigerator. Instead, every faucet will be safe to drink from, saving you money in the long run. From kitchen sinks and washing machines to shower heads and bathroom sinks, the whole house filter ensures that every source in the home will provide cleaner water. It also means water from hoses, sprinklers, and other outdoor fixtures are filtered and perfectly safe to drink.
KB Plumbing Whole House Water Filtration and Water Softeners
When it comes to water filtration and installation services, KB Plumbing can help you with solutions to get rid of the undesirables in your water supply, whether it’s chemicals, metals, limescale, iron, or other contaminants. Our experienced plumbers can install whole home water softeners when customers need to solve the problems that hard water causes.
Whether you have a well water system or municipal water supply, it pays to ensure you have the best quality water available.