El Centro, California (NAPSI) - The United States has some of the world’s best, most drinkable water. But no matter where a home’s water originates, from a large municipal supply to a private well, a whole-house water filtration system can make it better.
With the right whole-house water filtration system, homeowners can access the best water possible throughout their home.
About whole-house systems
A good whole-house water filtration system consists of several components. Multiple filters reduce sediments and other solids (dirt, silt, rust) that can create cloudy, dirty water. The system can also reduce chlorine taste and odor, and address specific water issues like acidity, hardness or contaminants. A system’s digital display provides system status, measures water used and, in some cases, can automatically connect with the service organization to call for service. Finally, a reverse osmosis system in the kitchen offers even more filtering of drinking water.
A local water expert like your Culligan Man is knowledgeable on local water supplies, and uniquely suited to recommend a whole-house water filtration system that makes sense for a homeowner’s needs.
Benefits of a whole-house system
There are many benefits of a whole-house water filtration system. Some are more noticeable than others:
• Clear, odorless and better-tasting drinking water is available throughout the home from every tap, your refrigerator, even your icemaker.
• Hair color treatments may last longer and look “richer” because chlorine and other additives have been reduced.
• Glasses and dishes are free of water spots, and washed clothing is soft and not scratchy, saving money on fabric softeners.
• Treated water lathers better, saving money on soaps and detergents.
• Because you have bottled water quality right at the tap, you can reduce the cost and environmental impact from small-pack bottled water.
Other less noticeable, but very important, potential benefits include:
• A longer life for water-heating appliances by reducing sediment and hard water buildup inside the units
• Potentially reduced water and energy bills
• The positive environmental impact of reduced water, energy and detergent use.
That’s just the beginning. A local water expert like the Culligan Man can provide more information about all the benefits of a whole-house water filtration system to a homeowner, assess that homeowner’s specific needs, and recommend a system that makes sense.
For more information, contact your local Culligan Man for help or visit www.culligan.com/en-us/d/homes/whole-house-water-filters/.