If your home is piped in from the city, your water quality is completely dependent on their standards. Bacteria, metals, chlorine and fluoride are often found in unfiltered municipal water. These additives can impact your health and home in surprising ways.
Control the quality of your water by installing a whole home water filtration system. Homeowners in Saskatoon, SK trust Pro Service Mechanical to handle a top-notch install that provides the purest water around. Since 2008, we’ve established a strong reputation with reliable work. We offer upfront pricing and fast response to deliver top-grade water and peace of mind.
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The Results of Water Filtration
When you hold up a glass of water to the light, it might look pretty clear. However, harmful contaminants aren’t always visible to the naked eye. Unfiltered water can contain anything from metals to pesticides and viruses. Water filtration systems work hard to eliminate these impurities from your water supply.
As a result, you get grade-A water every time you turn on the tap. And with whole-house systems, you’re not just protecting the kitchen faucet or water that comes from the fridge. You protect your whole plumbing system. Every interaction you have with water will be pure and safe.
Even Well Water Can Be Improved
City water comes with its problems, but well water isn’t completely innocent either. It comes with a natural, fresh taste and a lack of chemical processes to clean it. But iron is often found in well water and comes with its own drawbacks.
Iron can discolor your water, leaving rust-colored stains on any surface it’s exposed to. It can also damage your appliances, fixtures, and plumbing system. Iron can even smell and leave a bad taste in your mouth. Discover the difference water softener installation can create with Pro Service Mechanical in Saskatoon. We’d be happy to answer your questions, just give us a call!
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What Type of Water Filtration System Is Best?
When you’re researching water filtration systems, you’ll come across two main types. One system uses activated carbon to remove nasty chemicals. The other option is reverse osmosis filtration. This system is able to disinfect and remove both chemicals and bacteria.
Both of these water filtration devices come in varying sizes that depend on the needs of your home and the amount of water you use. Compare your water quality goals and usage to determine which is the best system to filter your water supply.