As a homeowner, you should be able to trust the water that comes out of every source in your home, but sometimes the water in your home isn’t safe or of high quality. With a whole house water system, you can expect only safe and clean water to be available for all your needs, including bathing, cooking, and cleaning.
Here are just four of the many benefits of a whole house water system:
- Better Quality
A home system will remove harmful contaminants from your water, so you are receiving the best quality water. Some contaminants, such as chlorine or iron, can cause the water to develop an unpleasant smell or an odd taste. If you are noticing bad smelling or tasting water, you might be the victim of annoying water problems. A water system will get rid of hard water and remove other contaminants causing problems. Some harmful contaminants that can be removed with a system include:
- All-in-One Solution
Do you worry if your family drinks out of the bathroom faucet instead of the kitchen faucet because there might not be a filter in there? A whole-house system will eliminate the need for individual filters in different locations throughout your home. Instead of having to install multiple filters, take the more convenient route and get an all-in-one solution. Having a point of entry system will make maintenance easier to remember and be more cost-effective.
- Healthier for Hair and Skin
Hard water isn’t just an issue for your appliances, it also can affect your hair and skin. Calcium and magnesium make it difficult for water to form a solution with soap. A telltale sign of hard water is the white soap scum that builds upon bathroom fixtures. Soft water has been proven to be better for cleaning clothes and dishes, as well as skin and hair. After the installation of a whole house filtration system, you will notice your hair becomes less tangled, and your skin will look healthier and feel softer.
- Longer Life Expectancy for Appliances
Tap water can contain minerals that are OK to consume but harmful to appliances and plumbing systems. The most common minerals found in tap water are calcium and magnesium. If there is a high concentration of these minerals, your water will face the issue of hard water. Hard water has the potential to cause buildup in faucets, washing machines, pipes, and many household appliances. The untreated buildup could end up costing homeowners a great deal of money in repairs. A whole-house system can soften the water by filtering out harmful minerals.
With so many benefits of a whole house water system, there’s no better time than now to consider installing one in your home! Contact Kwater today at 1-888-420-2297 to receive a free water test and start providing your family with softer, healthier water!