The Importance of Home Water Treatment
What’s in your water?
Although municipal government-run water treatment facilities do a wonderful job of keeping our tap water clean, unfortunately, some contaminants do make their way through the system. That’s where home water treatment systems can come in handy. These systems work hard, night and day, to reduce the contaminants from the water that you use to drink, bathe, and essentially, live.
Let’s take a deeper look at the importance of home water treatment.
What Do Water Treatment Systems Remove?
Water treatment systems help to keep your tap water clean and help reduce impurities. Products from Water Depot such as reverse osmosis systems and water softeners can help reduce a number of contaminants from the water you use to drink, bathe, and clean with. These systems are integrated within your home and plumbing system, and offer years of use and generally easy maintenance.
Let’s take a look at what water treatment systems remove by the specific system.
Reverse Osmosis Systems
A Reverse Osmosis System works to remove/reduce contaminants from your water using a series of filters and a comprehensive 4-5 step process. Consumers can benefit from two different kinds of systems, including the point-of-use (POU) system and a point-of-entry (POE) system.
These systems are generally installed in a kitchen or bathroom sink, inside a fridge with a water dispenser, and in showers, both at home and work.
Water Softeners are all about high-quality results. These systems remove the minerals found in tap water that can cause itchy skin, dingy clothes, and more.
What are water softeners and how do they work? Click here to keep learning!
The Harmful Effects of Contaminants in Water
Many contaminants are found in everyday drinking water. When you read the word “contaminants” a red light may go off. Contaminants is a very broad and general word used to describe anything found in the tap water that isn’t water molecules.
Contaminants such as iron, lead, sulphur, fluoride, bacteria, chlorine, and salmonella, can be traced back to your tap water. For example, sulphur water can sometimes have a laxative effect on some who drink it. While chlorinate found in tap water has been associated with premature aging of skin, asthma, and more. In small doses, these contaminants are virtually harmless.
But, why take the chance?
When you install a water purification system, you’re taking the next step in enhancing the safety and quality of the tap water. The same tap water that’s used to hydrate and bathe your entire family.
A Small Investment in Your Family’s Health
Water Depot has a wide selection of water purification systems that can be installed in just about any home. Water Depot has many locations throughout Ontario. To learn more about our products, contact your closest store today!