Choosing a Better Home Water Quality Solution
Water is an essential part of life so it’s important to know what is in your water. You drink it, cook with it, bathe in it, and wash dishes and clothes with it. Where you get your water often will tell you what is in it. Most properties in our area use public water. Some people don’t feel comfortable with the public water, so they opt to use bottled water as their improved water quality solution. Both have their pros and cons.
To ensure drinkability and the safety of the residents, your town’s public water supply is treated at a plant. Chlorine and fluoride are added to keep it clean but there is still the potential for contaminants. These water quality solutions are helpful but not foolproof. There can be high levels of calcium (hard water) that can negatively affect your appliances, plumbing fixtures, and even your skin. The water also travels through miles of old piping before it gets to you.
Thinking that bottled water is much better than public water is a little misguided. 22% of tested bottled water brands contained chemical contaminants at levels above strict state health limits. Not to mention that 17 million barrels of oil are used annually to make the bottles themselves. That’s enough oil to fuel a million cars for a year! It’s also incredibly expensive to rely on bottled water for your annual consumption, up to 10,000 times more costly.
Purify Your Water with Oliver’s “Final Barrier” Water Quality Solution
Oliver can install a “final barrier” in your home that ties into your water system ensuring you are getting the cleanest water possible. This custom water filtration system will remove the contaminants from piping and the water sources outside of your home. Oliver’s simple 3-step process will have you enjoying your public water again.
It’s Your Water. Trust It. Drink It. Love It.
Don’t waste your hard-earned money on bottled water that is detrimental to the environment. The highly trained plumbers at Oliver are here to help you and your family enjoy clean and safe water. Contact us today to get started with your in-home water filtration system.