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Filtering Well Water is Essential for Homeowners

30 November, 2017 (22:12) | Drinking Water System, Impurities Found in Drinking Water, Reverse Osmosis | By: admin

Maybe it has been suggested to you in the past, but it’s time to make a drinking water system in your home a priority, especially if your home gets water from a well and not a municipal water source. Well water, is susceptible to many different environmental conditions affecting the water supply in the locality. From bacterial contamination, to off putting smells and taste once it’s in its storage tank, well water can be less than ideal for daily consumption. Well water is NOT treated like that of public drinking water, so you’re left to filter it and treat it yourself. The good news? We can help!

According to one study from The University of Minnesota, clear, clean well water can still carry large amounts of bacteria which can cause a very bad smell, even if the water looks okay to drink. They can be very hard to eliminate with certain kinds of drinking water filters and you’ll need to make sure that the product you choose is right for the type of water contamination you have.  Not all water filters on the market can handle multiple types of contamination. Plus, if you choose to invest in a home water filtration system, you’ll save time and even money if you’ve gone the route of buying bottled water for your household to drink in the past.

One of our most popular drinking water systems is our reverse osmosis drinking water system. It is equipped with a post-carbon filter for great fresh taste, and effectively reduces 95-97% of Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) and other harmful contaminants. That’s really important for well-owners. Plus, our systems add the advantage of being incredibly eco-friendly!

Water wells can be unpredictable sometimes when it comes to drinking water contamination. Proper testing is essential for maintaining quality water for your home. Unfortunately, even that isn’t foolproof, and you’ll still need to take action should you find contaminants at or above a safe level. When you have a home drinking water system to filter your water, your family will feel better knowing that the water they’re drinking or using is safe for all. Drinking water contamination doesn’t have to be harder for those with wells when you have our drinking water filters on your side!

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