Let Me Tell You Something

I get into certain topics and then I drone on about them to anyone who will listen. I love having a blog where I can rant and rave about anything I want. It can be an ethical or political issue or something as mundane as organic gardening or clean water. I don’t mean the worldwide problem of safe water in developing countries, but the kind you get at home for drinking, cooking, or bathing. I have installed a new water filter and want to share the joy. Personally, I believe we all should imbibe at least two liters of water every day. You may be ready for one if you answer yes to any of the following questions:

  • Does your water look cloudy and unappealing?
  • Does your water smell or have a lingering chlorine odor?
  • Does your plumber tell you that your pipes need replacing?
  • Do you suspect there is lead leaching from your pipes into your tap water?
  • Have you heard about any problems with your municipal water supply?
  • Do the officials test it regularly for contaminants and impurities?
  • Do you know how much better coffee tastes made with filtered water? Or anything you cook?
  • Do you drink less water because bottled water is expensive or because your tap water tastes bad?

You might be a candidate and there are as many systems out there as there are budgets and preferences. There are carbon, manganese, and iron filters, water softeners, salt-less treatment, and UV and reverse osmosis systems, each with their own pros and cons. It is all about the effectiveness of each innovation in getting rid of contaminants. New technology is improving the industry and providing cutting-edge solutions at affordable prices. The more you know, the better will be your ultimate decision. Get online and look into water filter systems and compare the details here: https://www.homewaterhealth.com/what-type-of-water-filter-do-i-need/. Look for words like “cost-efficient” and “eco-friendly.” Pick a company that talks about its research into improved design and NSF certification (which provides standards that must be met). Above all, the word “health” must appear repeatedly on the website. Everyone wants a healthier living environment for themselves and their families. You can drink clean and fresh water, get softer skin and hair, and feel better overall.

Let me be loud and clear. Take control of your water source and install the perfect system for your needs. Whether you have city or well water, you will notice the difference when the essence of life is chemical free. If you live in an apartment or a 4-bedroom house, you will select a product accordingly. Even people with RVs and boats need a filtration system. The question is, why are we plagued with pollutants? How do they get into the water supply? Whether we know or not, you can still enjoy peace of mind from safeguarding your water. And you won’t be slaving away at maintaining the system by replacing and cleaning the tanks. That’s all old school.