Here are three things you never want to see or otherwise discern in your home:
Pretty crazy, right? The first two on the list, maybe, but not so much item #3, or at least something equally disgusting in every way imaginable. We’re talking about the roughly 2,100 know toxins that exist in most city water supplies that would be flowing through all your faucets – not to mention other water using appliances – should efforts at municipal water filtration break down or erode for any reason.
If you have well water, there’s an even greater likelihood that you could be drinking water that really isn’t fit to be consumed, period.
So what can a home owner do about it? Well one thing you can do right now is contact CT Mechanical Solutions about the benefits of an under-sink water filtration system. Here’s a brief introduction:
Common tap water contaminants include fertilizers, small amounts of heavy metals, petrochemicals, bacteria and chlorine. Chlorine is one of the most common and has been linked to bladder, colon and rectal cancer. Under-sink water filters employ a solid-block carbon filter that cleanses water of harmful contaminants but maintains a balance of healthy mineral deposits.
Under-sink filters save you a significant amount of money compared to the cost of bottled water which, on average, equals $1,500 per year, per person. And if that’s not enough to get your attention, studies have shown that almost 40% of bottled water is just treated tap water.
Easy to install and maintain
Under-sink water filters can be installed in a couple of hours. The system comes with its own dedicated faucet, your instant source for the freshest and cleanest water for drinking, cooking, making a fresh pot of coffee, or any other purpose at all. Depending on the model you choose, one cartridge (located inside the filtering device) can filter 1,000 gallons of water or more before it needs to be replaced.
At CT Mechanical Solutions, we are water treatment and filtration pros, ready to assist you now or anytime at all. And that includes explaining your various home water treatment options along with our advice on which one might be best suited for your home, family, and budget. Contact us today for a free in-home consultation and water treatment proposal.