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    City Water Filters

    Elevate your home's hydration with city water filtration that promises purity in every drop, revitalizing your body from head to toe.

    WHAT'S IN YOUR WATER?

    Common Issues Found In City Water

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    Sediment and Particulate Matter

    Well water can contain visible particles such as sand, dirt, and silt. Sediment filters remove these particles, preventing clogging and ensuring clearer water.

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    Iron and Manganese

    These metals can cause staining on fixtures and laundry, impart a metallic taste, and lead to plumbing issues. Iron/manganese filters or water softeners can effectively reduce their concentrations.

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    Hardness

    Caused by high levels of calcium and magnesium, hard water leads to scale buildup in pipes and appliances, reducing their efficiency. Water softeners can remove these minerals, softening the water.

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    Bacterial Contamination

    Wells are prone to contamination by bacteria, viruses, and parasites. UV filters and chlorination systems can disinfect the water, ensuring it is safe for drinking.

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    Chemical Pollutants

    Pesticides, nitrates, and industrial chemicals can seep into well water from agricultural and industrial activities. Carbon filters and reverse osmosis systems are effective in reducing these contaminants.

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    Unpleasant Tastes and Odors

    These can be caused by various factors, including sulfur compounds (leading to a "rotten egg" smell) and decaying organic matter. Activated carbon filters are particularly good at improving the taste and smell of well water.

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    PRODUCTS

    City Water Filters

    Catalytic T1 Ultra-Fine Filter

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    Catalytic T1 Filter

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    UV Water Purification System

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    BOTTLED WATER

    Shocking Facts About Bottled Water

    • Americans spent $31 billion last year on bottled water.
       
    • Approximately 200 billion plastic water bottles are used globally each year.
       
    • Less than 30% of plastic bottles get recycled a year.
       
    • Over 25% of bottled water is simply tap water from local municipalities.
       
    • Bottled water consumption is increasing about 10% each year.
       
    • A single-use plastic water bottle can take up to 1,000 years to decompose.
       
    • Your water bill would be nearly $9,000 a month if your water utility company charged as much as bottled water costs.
       
    • According to the NRDC, 33% of tested bottle water violated state standards or exceeded microbiological purity guidelines.
       
    • Every year over 50 million barrels of oil are used to process, transport and refrigerate bottle water.

    PROCESS

    How Our Process Works

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    Assess

    We evaluate your specific needs for water purification based on your home.

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    Solve

    We provide tailored water treatment solutions based on your needs.

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    Install

    We send out an expert installation technician to install your system.

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    Service

    We perform ongoing maintenance to ensure the highest quality of water.