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The Benefits of a Water Filtration System at Home

Water is essential to our survival and vitally important for our health. While you may be thinking that these are all apparent facts, what is not always so obvious is what is lurking in the water that you use every day. Even if your water is free of contaminants, mineral deposits can cause damage to your plumbing and health over time. Installing a whole house water filtration system provides a safe, simple, and more affordable solution to ensure that your home has pure water for all your needs. Water filtration types vary, depending on their capabilities, size, and purpose. Below are some of the benefits of installing a water filtration system in your home.

Safer Drinking Water

filterWater from a treatment plant still contains contaminants like chlorine, fluoride, and lead. Most tap water and well water have some level of contamination due to pollution. The only way of knowing what is in your water is by testing it. By installing a water filtration system, you are ensured that you are drinking and using clean water in your home.

Longer Lasting Plumbing and Appliances

faucetEven harmless minerals in your water can build up over time and wreak havoc on your house's plumbing system. Plumbing system like the faucets, garbage disposal, and dishwasher can also be negatively affected by hard or contaminated water.

With filtered water flowing through your pipes can help your plumbing system last longer, and reducing the costs that can accrue from plumbing and appliance repairs.

Healthier Baths and Showers

Drinking contaminated water can be just as unhealthy to bathe and shower in it. As you wash, harmful contaminants are absorbed by your body through the skin. Although deemed safe, chlorine, in particular, can cause skin irritation and dryness. A whole house filtration system installs a filter at the single point of entry where your water supply enters your home. Whether you're drinking a glass of water from the kitchen faucet, or showering and brushing your teeth in the bathroom, you'll be using pure, uncontaminated water.…