That moment when you reach into the refrigerator for a bottle of water, only to realize you forgot to buy a case, or two, or three. You’re thirsty – really thirsty. Your tap water leaves much to be desired. Not only would you never serve it to parched guests, you wouldn’t drink it in the zombie apocalypse. You’re not a happy camper.
We’ve all been there, right?
Before you roll your eyes in frustration, and restock the refrigerator shelves, imagine what would it be like if you had a water softener system installed in your home. A system that makes water bottles obsolete and leaves the water in your home thirst quenching to the last drop. A one-stop water shop open 24 hours a day. Take a few moments to consider how a home water filter might save you time, money, and also benefit the environment.
Water conditioning, such as reverse osmosis systems and water softeners, are nothing new. The system’s water filter separates salt, deposits, minerals, and even odors from the water entering your home. The water you drink passes through the filter’s membrane into a tank where it is stored and ready to drink. It becomes clean water free from impurities.
Whether your home utilizes city or well water in Lafayette, Indiana, or its surrounding areas, a water filter system provides cleaner tasting water. City water, although filtered, only meets minimum safety standards for contaminants and bacteria. The rust and contaminant levels in well water can be an issue. Give your family the best drinking water possible. No offending odors mean you’ll drink water more often, which is just what the doctor ordered. Not purchasing bottled water means less plastic to dispose of, less trash, and less of a footprint on our planet. Installing a system will save you precious time, keeping you from running to the store when stock is low. If you tallied up the amount of money you spent in a year purchasing bottled water, I think you, and your wallet, might be surprised.
How do you get great drinking water at home? One simple phone call can do it all.
One of our highly skilled plumbers will discuss which system best suits your household needs, what type of water you have in your home (hard, rust-filled, odor present, etc.), care and maintenance of your system, and the difference you’ll see and taste once it’s installed. Most reverse osmosis systems are compact, fit under the kitchen sink, and provide 50 gallons of drinking water each day, which is more than enough to meet the healthy standard of eight glasses we should consume per day. The water flows through a dedicated dispenser, installed next to your kitchen faucet. A fraction of the size of your current water faucet, it’s presence is not obtrusive yet is easily manipulated by anyone who’s thirsty.
In 2012, the bottled water industry grossed more than 11 billion dollars in sales. Consumers are spending 300 times the cost of tap water, priced at $1.22 per gallon, on bottled water. That’s a lot of money for something that could easily be provided in your own home. Installing a home water filter system provides you with that bottled water taste you desire at a fraction of the cost.
You should love the water you drink; a priceless resource found no farther than your faucet. A reverse osmosis system, along with a total home water softening system, can provide you with the highest quality water. It does make a difference. The first step to having great drinking water is making the call. One of our Lafayette, Indiana area plumbers is ready to help provide you with drinking water that’s bottle free.