While Grand County is renowned for it's pristine lakes and rivers, there are a few common water quality issues that lead some residents to drink bottled water or look for ways to improve their home's drinking water. These include hard water where minerals create anunpleasant taste and water spotting, and well water contamination from organic material like e. coli bacteria and chemicals like arsenic.
Here are a few of the benefits of a whole-home water treatment system:
Reverse-osmosis water filtration systems are very effective at removing nitrates, lead, radium, arsenic, and other harmful contaminants.
Environmental Friendly Option
Quality home water treatment systems waste little water and have filters that last a long time before needing replacement. There is far less waste compared to buying bottled water.
Even if you're drinking only two or three bottles of water a day, installing a whole-home water filtration system will quickly pay for itself.
Protects Your Plumbing
The minerals in hard water causes water heaters and plumbing fixtures to wear out faster. Purified water will prevent sediment build-up in water heater tanks and make clogged shower heads and faucets a thing of the past.
Hard water not only stains dishes and shower enclosures, it requires more detergent to effectively laundry and dishes. A water purification system will save time and money on cleaning and laundry.
If your concerned about your drinking water, call Grand Lake Plumbing and Heating. We can perform a water analysis and determine if there are water quality issues that could be improved with a whole home water filtration system.