With up to 3.9 trillion gallons of water consumed in the U.S. each month, it’s important that your tap water taste its best. Luckily, there are numerous ways that you can treat the tap water coming into your home, improve the taste. Through remove adverse odors, and remove any potentially harmful bacteria and chemicals.
Consider these important steps to help improve the quality of the water coming into your home.
Add a Water Softener
Hard water is water that contains a large amount of dissolved calcium and magnesium. This changes the way that the water interacts with detergents, soaps, and cleansers. Hard water can also cause mineral deposits to build up in your appliances and pipes. A water softener traps these minerals and exchanges them for sodium or potassium, softening your water and limiting the wear and tear on your plumbing and appliances.
Install a Whole House Filtration System
A whole house filtration system filters all the water used in your home, not just the water coming from your taps. These filters remove contaminants from every drop of water that enters your house. The system treats your water whether you’re using it for cooking, cleaning, or making a cup of tea. If you’re concerned about contaminants in your local water supply, this is one of the best home improvement options available.
Well Water Treatment
Water treatment solutions are a great option for individuals whose home is supplied by a well. Options are available whether you need the water coming in from the well to be treated or you need a new solution for wastewater treatment on the property. It’s easy to assume that because you live in a home supplied by a well that you’re stuck with outdated equipment and poor quality water, but this simply isn’t the case.
If you’re interested in improving the quality of water in your home, reach out to Smart Water Treatment Technology today. We’ll evaluate your current setup and then provide you with several options to improve your home’s water. Our skilled technicians have years of experience in the industry, and we’re happy to spend the time it takes to walk through your options with you. Call us today to learn more about improving the quality of the water in your home.