WATER FILTRATION SERVICE IN SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA
The Fight Against Hard Water
In an effort to make this luxury widely available to our customers, we provide a wide array of solutions for residential and commercial water purifying needs. We stock a comprehensive selection of filter cartridges, housings, water softeners, point-of-use and whole house filtration systems and accessories. Ask our staff members for advice about which system is best suited for your situation.
Why Do We Filter Water?
Water purification strips undesirable chemicals, biological contaminants, and suspended solids and gases from the water you use. When left to its own devices, the typically odorless and colorless water can contain impurities like dirt, minerals and chemicals that make it smell and taste bad. Some of these contaminants can compromise your health and immune system, because it is probable and not at all unlikely that they can carry microscopic organisms and bacteria that can cause serious illness. Filtering water is a preventative step you can take to ensure your health isn’t being compromised.
When you choose to filter water, you form a barrier and strip this resource of harmful pollutants and bacteria. Some of the more common elements that are removed include:
A powerful carcinogenic, arsenic is linked to an increased risk of developing several different types of cancer
Aluminum is linked to issues like Alzheimer’s disease, hyperactivity, learning disabilities in young ones, dermatological issues, and liver disease, to name a few
- disinfection byproducts
Known as DBPs, these are harmful elements that are produced as a result of disinfecting water with chlorine, another powerful carcinogenic
While we’re familiar with it as a main ingredient in toothpaste, consuming this religiously is linked to a wide range of health problems, including a weakened immune system and cellular damage that accelerates aging
What Is A Water Filtration System?
A water filtration system is a general term that refers to any system or process that filters pollutants and miscellaneous particles from your water. It doesn’t necessarily need to purify to be considered an effective filtration system: Anything that removes any amount of sediment, bacteria, microorganisms, particles, plus the taste of chlorine can be termed a water filtration system. This category includes activated carbon charcoal filters, UV light units, reverse osmosis, and whole system or portable counter water distillers, among others. Basically, if it has a filter of any type, it’s considered a filtration system. While they all approach filtration differently – by either a physical barrier, chemical process or biological process – they all acquire results just the same.
In order to evaluate your choices more effectively, you should get your water tested by one of our team members first. Once the water testing determines and confirms what is in your water, we can provide you with the appropriate options to make your drinking water potable.
There are plenty of benefits to filtered water. For one, the less exposure you have to the potentially harmful pollutants in unfiltered water, the better your overall health. Filtered water also reduces the risk of gastrointestinal diseases by 33% because it removes contaminants like cryptosporidium and giaria, which are linked to these cases. If you have children, filtered water is vital to their developing immune systems.
The Advantages Of Water Filtration Systems
When you allow our servicemen to install and maintain a water filtration system in your home, you’re allowing yourself to enjoy healthier and better-tasting water for drinking and cooking without the added expense that comes with premium quality, like with bottled water. You’ll also save money by prolonging the life of your plumbing and appliances since filtered water leaves behind much less residue than hard water.
Additionally, water filtration systems are environmentally friendly, and Mother Nature will thank you.
Quality Water Begins at Home
Regardless of what size filter you choose, maintenance is the key to longevity and efficiency in your filtration system. This means you need to perform routine filter changes. If you have hard water like many San Diego residents, you may have to do filter changes more frequently. Just be proactive with your care and maintenance. While all systems differ somehow in size, price, installation, and efficiency, they all work in some way to improve our water quality.