Water touches practically every room in your home. Its quality affects how your water tastes and smells, the food you cook, how your skin and hair feel and even how your appliances, fixtures and plumbing look and last. There are so many ways that better water can make a difference in your life.
Water quality used to be a nonissue. But with news of pharmaceuticals in our water supplies, concerns about the effects of chlorine, industrial and biological contamination, our aging water distribution infrastructure and even the naturally occurring substances that degrade the taste and feel of water, we’re all thinking about the quality of our water more than ever.
Water quality varies from home to home, and no two homes are alike. What’s right for one family may not be right for yours. There are a number of ways to treat water. Depending on the water issue, the solution may address all the water in your home, or only water that is dispensed from a specific tap.