Water is life. But how much thought do you give to the water that comes out of your faucet at home? In Pima County, our tap water is very hard so to pass government regulation it has a lot of chlorine added to it. It may be safe, but it’s not the most pleasant to drink or bathe in. Many of us turn to bottled water as a solution. But is it better? Most bottled water is tap water. In the end, you’re getting the same water for more money, up to 2,000X more than tap water, and with more waste. Similarly, people install water softeners mistakenly believing they are making their hard water better for drinking but in reality, they are adding extra salt making their water less healthy to drink. Or, they rely on the water filter installed in their refrigerator but never change it, which if not done regularly can make your water worse than tap.

So, what’s the solution? A quality whole-house water treatment system will remove contaminants and damaging minerals from your home’s water making it healthier for you to drink and bathe in. On top of those benefits, treated water helps remove and prevent scale buildup on faucets and fixtures and will extend the life of your water heater, washing machine, dishwasher. With a whole-house water treatment system, you’ll have peace of mind to know that your water is the best it can be.

Water is life—it’s worth taking a moment to think about the water flowing through you and your family.

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Lucretia Free