Ever take a sip of water only to wince and say something along the lines of “this doesn’t taste so great?” You’re not alone. Not all water is the same and it’s pretty clear if you’ve ever taken a sip of a water bottle from multiple different brands. Life’s too short to be drinking mediocre water and a whole house filtration system could be the solution to your H2O problems. After all, a filtration system will provide you a number of benefits in addition to fresher, cleaner tasting beverages.
As water travels from the municipality into your home, it collects sediment along the way. Most municipal systems don’t filter out minerals and other naturally occurring substances like sulfur, calcium and magnesium and these sediments can alter the taste and the opacity of your water.
Not to mention, sediments found in water can cause limescale buildup which can cause appliances to break down and pipes to corrode which can cause major problems throughout your house.
Ever notice that water from your faucets smells eerily similar to a swimming pool? Chances are, there are high levels of chlorine in it.
Chlorine is often added to public water supplies in order to kill off and remove harmful bacteria and microorganisms. While it’s not particularly harmful in small amounts, it can make drinking water (and any food you prepare with water) taste a bit funny.
Yes, harmful chemicals can be found in most public water supplies and a whole house filtration system can help filter them out.
In many cases, pesticides can also be found in tap water, especially if they are used in the trees or the grass in your area.
As mentioned above, high levels of sediment in your water is often referred to as “hard water.” Hard water can cause scale buildup on or around sink and tub faucets and shower heads in addition to dishwashers and laundry machines.
Hard water can cause things like stiff, dingy laundry, water spots or mineral deposits on glassware and utensils, and extra dry hair and skin.
Whether you live in a small condo or a large mansion, there are water filtration systems to fit just about any size residence and just about any budget.
Here at Aztec Plumbing & Drains, we’re particularly fond of the APD Smart Water Combo System. Our system’ has three primary parts:
Your sediment filter will last an average of six to nine months without replacement while your carbon media won’t need to be replaced for as long as five years, making this a long-lasting and valuable investment.
Worried about how you’re going to pay for your new whole-house water filtration system? Don’t be. We offer two different financing options to meet your needs. 0% monthly interest in paid off within 12 months or 9.99% interest for 84 months. Learn more about our convenient financing options, here: https://www.aztecplumbing.net/why-aztec-/financing-options/
Ready to make the switch? Contact Aztec Plumbing & Drains and we’ll help you find the filtration system size you need for your home. Once we’ve helped you select the right option, we’ll get to work carrying out your Fort Myers water filtration system installation. Our highly-trained technicians specialize in water filtration system services and we’ve been an industry leader in SW Florida for over a decade.
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