Water Filtration System

Water filtration is critical for removing suspended particulate matter, bacteria, organic matter, and dissolved minerals. These impurities can impact your digestive system, make the water unsafe to drink, and give it a strange flavor. However, removing these contaminants with a water filtration system from Ward Plumbing, Heating, and Air can make the water safer to drink, make it taste better, and make it easier to digest. In addition, a water filtration system will often extend the life of your appliances and plumbing fixtures.

There are several different filtration systems on the market. Some of them use, carbon filters while others use reverse osmosis. The best option for you depends on your needs and preferences.

If you have some concerns about the quality of your water or want to improve the taste, a water filtration system can help.

Benefits of Water Filtration Systems

Water filtration systems remove impurities from your water, such as fungi, various microorganisms, bacteria, and viruses- meaning it’s better for you.

Some of the benefits of filtered water include:

Improves digestion

Contaminants, such as bacteria and other microorganisms, can cause stomach upset, vomiting, diarrhea, and other digestive issues. However, water filtration removes these things, improving digestion.

Reduces risk of illness

Bacteria, microorganisms, and viruses in the water cause many illnesses and diseases. These illnesses can be life-threatening, especially for young children, the elderly, and those with a compromised immune system. A water filtration system reduces your risk of contracting a waterborne illness.

Improves the taste of water

Most of the time, contaminants in the water can make it have an unpleasant taste. A water filtration system removes the contaminants, making them more enjoyable to drink. Water has a lot of health benefits, including improving digestion, reducing your risk of disease, and improving your kidney function. Some research indicates that it may reduce your risk of cancer.

If you do not have a water filtration system, you may want to consider having the experts at Ward Plumbing, Heating, and Air install one.

Two Types of Systems

There are two types of water filtration systems:

  • Point of entry
  • Point of use

Point of Entry Filtration System

A point-of-entry filtration system is installed at your water main. This filters all water as it enters your home. This is a great option for anyone that wants to ensure all the water in their home is pure.

There are several types of point-of-entry systems, including ultraviolet disinfection or reverse osmosis. The best one for you and your family depends on your needs and preferences.

If you want to filter all the water that comes into your home, a point-of-entry system will be the best option. This will ensure that you and your family are drinking, as well as cooking with and bathing in clean water.

Point of Use Filtration System

A point-of-use filtration system is installed on the fixture where you want the water filtered. For example, some systems can be installed where the water comes into your home so that everything is filtered. If you only want to filter water used for drinking and cooking, the filter can be installed on that fixture. No matter which option you choose, you’ll be sure that you have access to water that is clean and healthy.

There are lots of benefits associated with point-of-use filtration systems. Filtering your water at your access point ensures you have clean, healthy water. A point-of-use filtration system can also make water more pleasant to drink by improving the taste and smell of the water.

Let Ward Plumbing, Heating, and Air Install Your Water Treatment System

If you’re interested in finding out more about our water filtration options or want to set an appointment for installation, contact us today. Our team has the knowledge and expertise to help you decide on the best system for your needs