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If you get your water from the city in which you live, you probably know that they put it through a water treatment facility before it’s piped to you. These treatment facilities remove all kinds of organic and inorganic contaminants from the water, with varying levels of success depending on the system. However, none of these treatment facilities are 100% effective. There will always be some level of contamination in tap water, which for many people is simply unacceptable.
If you want to feel safer about the quality of your water, Environment Masters, Inc. is here for you. We provide comprehensive water filtration systems and services throughout Jackson, MS. Whether you need a water filtration system installed, serviced, or replaced, contact us today to schedule an appointment.
Whole–House Water Filtration Systems:
These are systems designed to treat all of the water flowing into the home from the water main. The filtration system is installed in the water line, near where it enters the home. All water flowing into the home must pass through the water filtration system, which ensures that the home remains protected. These types of systems are useful for cases where you’re worried about the effect of a contaminant on all aspects of the household, including pipes and people. Lead, chlorine and hard water are examples of problems that can be treated with a whole–house water filtration system.
Point–of–Use Water Filtration:
A point–of–use water filtration system is used when you want to make sure that the water is as pure as possible at a certain source in your home. A filter under your kitchen sink for instance, is used to provide clean water for drinking, cooking and washing dishes. Sometime a filter before your water heater is necessary to reduce the build–up of sludge, making your appliance last longer. If that’s what you’re after, point–of–use water filtration might be for you.
So, which one is best for your needs? Well, if you’re still not sure which one would work for you, it’s always a good idea to consult with a professional. We can evaluate your home, and your water supply, and determine which system you’d probably benefit from the most. You don’t want to install one and find out later that the other would have worked better.
We’ll Make Sure You Have Clean Water
Regardless of the type of water filtration system you choose, it’s important that your water remains as clean as possible. So, if you have questions about the quality of your water, whether you’re drinking it, bathing in it, or just washing the dishes, give us a call and we’ll help you out. Our water filtration experts will make sure that you get the perfect filtration solution. We serve all of Jackson, MS and the surrounding areas.