How to Choose a Water Treatment System for Your Home

Millions of people are becoming aware of the widespread problem of water pollution and its effect on the environment. Some would say that if the water looks clean and has no odor, it is safe to drink. Not only are the taste, color, and odor important items, there may also be things we cannot see. Water treatment systems offer a way to solve these problems and concerns.

Good news! There are a number of options for improving your water quality.

Many varieties of water treatment systems can condition your water. There are manual, automatic (electrical or metered), and Demand Initiated Regeneration (DIR) (non-electric) models available, as well as single and twin resin tank styles for whole-house or point-of-entry (POE) applications. There are also systems to address drinking water quality concerns.

The proper application of home water treatment systems requires an individual analysis of your household water and proper sizing of equipment. Most water treatment equipment requires a trained professional to install and to service the system.

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