Water Purification Systems
You use water in your home to cook, clean and hydrate everything from your family to your pets and plants. It's a critical part of your home, and as such should be evaluated, don't you agree? Our water sources are becoming contaminated from environmental changes and often contain harmful chemicals that can make your family ill. We offer a variety of water purification systems in Charlotte to remove the chemicals that are added at water treatment plants. Our knowledgeable technicians can assess your water system and make recommendations on the findings for whole home water filtration, water purification and units that install under the kitchen sink for clean drinking water.
Your Water Quality
You can learn exactly what substances are introduced into your water supply in Charlotte by inputting your zip code at the Environmental Working Group Quality Report. While our water is some of the cleanest in the world, the chlorine and other chemicals that are introduced at the water treatment plants can potentially lead to negative heath effects.
We take water purification extremely seriously, because of all your home's water quality impacts. Here are some important reasons why you should consider a in-home water purification system today:
- You and your family's health.
- Monthly money savings.
- Fresher, healthier foods, tea and coffee.
- Enhanced sustainability.
Healthy Water Maintenance
Water purification systems remove harmful chemicals before the water flows from your faucet, refrigerator, or is dispensed as ice from your ice maker. By installing a water purification system in your Charlotte home or workplace, your whole house can enjoy clean, fresh water without the inconvenience of having to fill up a filter jug. Hard water is due to minerals and the presence of minerals in your water supply. Over time, this hard water can damage and clog your faucets and appliances.
Softening your water supply with a whole house carbon filter will alleviate these problems so you won’t need to replace fixtures or appliances as often due to mineral build up. A water softener also saves on soap use in a home, as it takes less soap to bubble in soft water than hard water. Call us at (704) 461-1700 or contact us to schedule an appointment to inspect your water supply so we can make it the safest it can possibly be for your family or office in Charlotte.
Q: What is the difference between hard and soft water?
A: Hard water is water that contains a high mineral content, such as calcium or magnesium. Soft water is water that contains low levels of ions and minerals. Hard water typically occurs when water goes through rock deposits such as limestone and chalk, which add their minerals to the water as it moves through.