Commercial and Residential Water Purification Systems
From the dawn of time, water has been a necessity. Water hydrates us, and allows us to clean, cook, and bathe. Without water, we could not sustain life. Here in the U.S., most of us use water from the public water supply. This water is filtered to protect us from disease and contamination. But traces of chemicals used to filter the water can have an impact on our homes and businesses. Water purification products can protect us from these chemicals.
Health Benefits of Water Purification Products
The health benefits of water purification for the home or business are many. All water that passes through public water systems has been treated with trace amounts of chlorine and other potentially dangerous chemicals. While chlorine and other chemicals eliminate bacteria and viruses from our water, they also force us to drink or bathe in water containing residual amounts of these chemicals. For example, chlorine contains a byproduct that is a potential carcinogen. While these traces of chlorine must stay in the public water system, water purification systems for residential or commercial spaces can eliminate chlorine and other potentially dangerous pollutants. A water purification system may protect you from future health issues by giving you access to water without these residual chemicals.
Financial Benefits of Water Purification Products
Our water purification systems won’t just give you the sparkling clean water that you deserve; they will also save you money in the long run. The installation of a water purification product can significantly cut down on the use of bottled water. The restrictions placed on bottled water by the FDA are not nearly as strict as those placed on tap water by the EPA, which means that bottled water could actually be worse for your health than tap water. Additionally, the production of plastic water bottles uses fossil fuels and other precious resources that could be conserved if we just eliminated plastic water bottle use from our daily lives.