Many Dayton homeowners rely on bottled water for drinking because they can’t stand the water coming out of the tap. Whether it’s the taste or the odor, the water coming out of the spigot isn’t always pleasing. Installing a water filtration system makes your home’s water taste better and saves you from wasting money on bottled. Call us today to find out more.
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Benefits of a Whole Home Water Filtration System
If you have subpar water, you might think that you’re stuck with it, but that’s not the case. While installing a whole house water filter may seem daunting at first, consider it a wise investment that will pay for itself over and over. Check out these benefits:
- Safer Drinking Water - When you install a water filter, you ensure that you and your family are getting the healthiest drinking water possible because treated water still contains chemicals such as lead, fluoride, and chlorine.
- Better Skin - Heavy metals, fluoride, and chlorine can make your skin dry and itchy, so with a water filtration system, your skin is smoother and less irritated.
- Saves Money - If you’re spending money on bottled water, the money you save eventually pays for the water filter.
- Better Tasting Water - Water filters remove the elements that cause your water to have an unpleasant taste, which means you’ll drink more water, making you healthier.
Call us today to schedule a consultation and find out if a whole home water filtration system is right for you.
What Is a Whole Home Water Filter?
Unlike the water filters that attach to the tap or that you store in the fridge, the whole home water filter goes in where your main water line enters your home, so you get filtered water throughout the house.
Like other water filters, whole home systems use a variety of technology to filter the water, such as carbon or reverse osmosis. Most people find they get the best results with a reverse osmosis filter because they’re better at removing the contaminants than carbon.
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How Does a Reverse Osmosis Filter Work?
Reverse osmosis filters purify water by using water pressure that flows the tap water through a semipermeable membrane, which removes impurities. Contaminants that don’t pass through the membrane get filtered out and go down the drain instead of into your water.
If you’re still on the fence about adding a water filter to your Dayton, OH, home, call Ed Rike Plumbing, Heating & Air to find out more.