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Wishing you and you loved ones a Happy Thanksgiving!
Have you enjoyed our recent blog posts, which have discussed the advantages of professionally-installed water filtration systems and identified signs that you might want to have your home’s water supply inspected? To learn more about either of these blog topics, check out the following resources:
For more information, or to have a highly effective water filtration system installed in your Dallas or McKinney home today, call Water Event at (972) 488-8100.
Has the flavor or appearance of the water coming out of your tap changed since you first moved into your home? If you have noticed that your water is a rusty color, is coated with a white film, feels gritty in your mouth, or tastes like it is loaded with minerals; your water softener may be in need of some serious maintenance.
Watch this brief news clip to find out how one Michigan woman and her local ABC news team joined forces to have the quality of the tap water in her apartment building returned to the potable level it was at when she first moved in.
Are you worried about the quality of the tap water in your North Dallas home? If so, call Water Event at (972) 488-8100 to have an experienced professional examine your home’s water softening and filtration systems and provide you with the pure water solutions you need. Water Event also services; Fort Worth, Flower Mound, South Lake, Frisco and Plano and other surrounding areas.
In most homes, a water filtration system is necessary for the delivery of pure, uncontaminated water to its residents. However, many filters that can be purchased at shopping centers hardly improve the quality of a home’s water supply. If you would like to ensure that the water in your home is free of chlorine, mineral sediment, and other contaminants, you should have an iron-free filter or reverse osmosis system professionally installed in your home instead of purchasing a substandard carbon filter at your local super market. Read this article to find out why.
The most compelling reason to scrap your low-end carbon filtration system for a high-performing carbon filter unit or reverse osmosis system is that the low-end filters do not remove microorganic pathogens from your drinking water supply. What this means, essentially, is that the low-end filter you purchased at the store is not performing the function you expect of it.
Low-end water filters typically have a storage capacity of less than one gallon. When you have company and you want to serve filtered water to all of your guests, you can choose between the nuisance of buying extra filters for the occasion and repeatedly filling your low-end water filter and transferring the “filtered” water to multiple storage containers. With a high-end water filter, you can simply fill a couple of serving pitchers from the tap and set them on the table. You will have peace of mind knowing that the water you and your guests drink will be pure.
In addition to having a low storage capacity, low-end water filtration systems require a filter change every 30 to 40 gallons. High-end water filtration systems can effectively filter lead, chlorine, mineral sediment, and other undesirable elements from five hundred gallons of tap water. For many households, this means one filter change a year.
Are you ready to scrap your low-end filtration carafe for a water filtration system that will deliver clean and great-tasting water directly from your sink’s tap? If you live in the Dallas area, call Water Event at (972) 488-8100 to find out more about our pure water solutions today.
When was the last time you had your water filtration system checked? If it has been a while or something about the water that flows from your home’s faucet seems off to you, you might be due for a water analysis. If you detect any of the following characteristics in your home’s water supply, hire a professional to examine your water filtration and softening systems.
Does the water coming out of your faucet look like it belongs in a coastal lagoon or a river delta rather than in your home? Brackish water, water with a concentration of salt between freshwater and ocean water, is characterized by a cloudiness that does not quickly settle. While some animals thrive on brackish water, it can pose health hazards to humans. You should also have your water analyzed if it has an orange or brownish tint.
Few things are more annoying than returning home from a jog and pouring yourself a large glass of cool water only to discover that it tastes like metal, salt, or chlorine. If your water has a bitter, metallic, or mineral taste, it could mean that your water supply has been contaminated with non-potable levels of copper, iron, or manganese Even if there is nothing harmful about the unpleasant water you are drinking, a water analysis can give you peace of mind and lead to a solution that once again makes your water taste as fresh as it used to.
If there is anything unpleasant about the smell of the water you drink, cook with, or bathe in, have a professional come to your home to determine the source of the strong smell. Clean and safe water typically has a more neutral smell than anything else humans eat or drink.
Have you noticed a change in the appearance, smell, taste, or feel of your Dallas home’s drinking or tap water? If you have any reason to suspect that your home’s water supply is contaminated, call Water Event at (972) 488-8100 to have your home retrofitted with an effective water filtration system.