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When City Water Simply Isn’t Good Enough

While city water municipalities are operating with good intentions, the government’s water standards are simply not always aligned with ours. City water may be treated but its long road to your home brings impurities and contaminants with it. Save yourself the hassle and choose a water solution that eliminates contaminants from your water.

Contaminants are nothing to be trifled with. In fact, the amount of contaminants found in our homes have left more than 20 percent of water systems in the United States in violation of the Safe Drinking Water Act. Combined with the number of pharmaceuticals that have found their way into our drinking water, as well as the chlorine used to disinfect against bacteria and other impurities, a cleaner solution is necessary for truly purified water.

The Hard Truth About Chlorine

Chlorine is commonly used to disinfect water, attempting to eliminate bacteria, organics, and other contaminants. It doesn’t end at the city water facility either. Chlorinated water is being distributed into our homes. Chlorination may be an important process in the water treatment facility, but it’s no longer needed once it reaches our home.

Chlorinated water is potent and may lead to adverse side effects, including:

  • Various Kidney Problems
  • Liver Problems
  • Elevated Risk of Miscarriage
  • Elevated Risk of Cancer
  • Tiredness
  • Dizziness
  • Weakened Immune System
  • And More…

Chlorinated water is also known to dry out skin, leave hair brittle, and cause deterioration of rubber seals found in water-using appliances. Chlorinated water may be a necessary government process, but you can do something about it once it reaches your home. Kinetico offers Water Systems that eliminate the potent elements and create a safer, softer solution.

City Water = Hard Water

Unfortunately, city water has more concerns than just chlorine. It’s also considered hard. Hard water contains high amounts of calcium and magnesium, creating water concerns that affect every aspect of your home.

Hard water is a frustrating concern that may lead to larger, more costly issues. TheDue to hard water mineral density, it overworks your system, leadsing to problems with your piping, washing machine, etc. It also affects the way your soap dissolves, leaving soapy residue on appliances and fixtures.

Tired of Your City Water?

We can help. One of our certified Water Specialists will test your water, identify any concerns, and tailor a unique water solution for your home or business. Call 1-888-420-2297 to schedule your free water analysis today and receive a quick quote.