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Water Filtration in South Bend

Why Is Water Filtration Important?

A water filtration system connects to your existing water supply. Its main purpose is to reduce harmful impurities and other toxins in the local water supply. If these impurities are left in the water, it can lead to sediment, poor taste, hardness, odor, and bacteria, which will have a negative impact on your water quality. When we talk about water hardness, we are referring to the level of dissolved calcium and magnesium in the water. If your water is hard, your appliances might not function properly. If this damage worsens, you might require emergency plumbing services. To be proactive about the situation and protect your water quality, we can install a water filtration system.

To learn more about how installing a water filtration system can benefit your Michiana-area home, give us a call today at (574) 498-7556.

Types of Water Filtration Systems

There are two main types of water filtration systems: point-of-entry water filtration and point-of-use water filtration. Point-of-entry water filtration filters the water into your home, and point-of-use filtration devices filter water through specific entry points like the kitchen sink. Point-of-entry water systems are installed directly through the areas where the water enters the home.

This type of system offers many advantages, including:

  • Improving water quality in the home for drinking purposes and household use
  • Removing bacteria, chlorine, and toxins to soften the water and improve the taste and smell

When it comes to point-of-use water treatment systems, this option is different because it attaches directly to the water source in the home, like a faucet. Typically, point-of-use water filtration systems do not work directly through every water source in the home, but they are a great option for those who prioritize high quality water and want to remove impurities like nitrates and limescale. For those who do not own their property and live in apartments, condos, or townhomes, this can be a great way to access cleaner water without needing to uproot the entire filtration system.

This type of system offers many advantages as well, including:

  • Cleaner clothes
  • Safer and healthier drinking water
  • Helping the environment
  • Preventing skin irritation
  • Reducing limescale and other harmful mineral deposits
  • Lessening the need for plumbing services in the future

Get the Water Filtration System That Fits Your Needs and Your Home

When you work with Great Lakes Heating & Air Conditioning, you can trust that our team will create the water treatment system that is best suited for your needs and your home. We offer a wide range of water treatment services and will help you feel more confident about the water in your home. Whether you would like to prevent plumbing issues or simply be proactive about the quality of the water in your home, we will make sure you get the water filtration system that is perfect for you.

To learn more about water filtration systems, call Great Lakes Heating & Air Conditioning at (574) 498-7556 or contact us online.

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