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Water is essential for all life forms. The planet on which we live is comprised 2/3rd of water. Looking at this number, we can assume that we have enough water to sustain life on Earth. But in reality only a very small percentage (less than 0.5 %) of water available on the planet is safe for human consumption. The remaining water is part of the oceans, icecaps and atmosphere.

Clean Water is Essential, So Are Water Filtration Systems

Unfortunately, even the small percentage of water which is suitable for human consumption is not completely safe. The water supply which comes to our homes usually runs underground. As a result, contaminants like harmful chemicals and potentially dangerous heavy metals can seep into the water supply. It can also become contaminated due to bacteria, pesticides, and other chemicals. Thus, consumption of this contaminated water can increase the risk of many water borne diseases such as typhoid, diarrhea, and Hepatitis.

To avoid all these problems, we need to rely on systems which can help purify the water supply. A water filtration system therefore becomes an important investment in the house. It helps ensure that the water which flows into our homes is clean and safe for consumption. A water filtration system not only removes the physical impurities but also helps you get rid of harmful bacteria and chemicals present in the water supply. As a result, it helps protect you and your family from many potentially dangerous health conditions.

Tips for Choosing a Water Filtration System

Choosing a water filtration system is not easy as it sounds. It involves various considerations, including the water supply in your area, the size of your family, and the amount of filtered water that is required. Below are some of the essential tips which can help you choose the right water filtration system for your house.

Analyze Your Water Supply

One of the first steps you need to take before choosing a water filtration system is to analyze your water supply. The water which flows in your taps comes from a variety of sources. If you are getting water from a source provided by the government, you can easily get a water quality index report from the local office. If you are getting water from a private source, you can get it tested. You can also seek services of a professional water specialist or plumber who can guide you about the water being supplied to your area. Knowing the type of water and the contaminants it contains can help you decide on the right type of water filtration system for your house.

Analyze Your Need of Filtered Water

To find the right type of water filtration system, it is important to know your own requirements concerning filtered water. If you want a filtration system only to purify the drinking water, you will need a smaller water filter. But if the water supply in your area is hard and can damage household appliances, then it is a good idea to invest in a larger, whole house water filtration system.

Know the Flow Rate of Your Faucets

Often, people end up buying a water filtration system without knowing the flow rates of the faucets. This can lead to pressure variation and increases the risk of damage to your water filter or other plumbing fixtures. Therefore, it is important to know the flow rate of your faucets and then choose a water filter. You can check the flow rate using a measuring cup and a stopwatch but a professional plumber can give you accurate estimates of flow rate in your faucets. This assistance from a professional plumber will help you save your water filter and plumbing fixtures in the long run.

Simple to Install and Maintain

Another important consideration when choosing a water filtration system is ease of installation and maintenance. Make sure that the water filter you choose is compatible with most of the existing plumbing fixtures in your house. This way, you will not have to additionally invest in new plumbing fixtures for your home.

For efficient performance, water filtration systems often need regular maintenance and replacement of parts. Therefore before purchase, you should check if the parts of water filtration system are easily available or not. Apart from availability, another important element is the cost of parts such as filters. Make sure you are aware of the maintenance needs and frequency before you invest in a water filtration system.

Certified Water Filtration System

There are many water filtration systems available in the market. However, when looking for a water filtration system for your house, make sure you install one which is certified by the National Sanitation Foundation. The NSF certified products are guaranteed to provide better quality filtration at a faster rate.

Your Solution

The water supply is Arizona is extremely hard. It is full of mineral deposits and other harmful chemicals which are not only detrimental to your health, but can also damage all your household appliances. As a result, you will need to spend money to repair your water heaters, washing machines and other plumbing fixtures. The ideal way to save all these additional costs is to invest in a water filtration system.

Mesa Plumbing Company provides solutions to address this important concern for the people of Arizona. We offer installation and repair of all types of water filtration systems. Whether you need a water filter under your sink or whole house water filtration system, our professional staff is available 24/7 to help identify and solve all your water filtration problems. To know more about our services, visit our website or call now at 480-832-1660.

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