Avoiding Water Issues During New Home Construction
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Avoiding Water Issues During New Home Construction

By In Blog On February 1, 2019


At Kinetico, the filtration and softening of water for your entire home is a service we’re proud to provide. We’ll keep you and your family supplied with soft, filtered water at every tap.

In many cases, our clients are in the process of building a new home and want to ensure they have proper water softening and filtration systems installed from the day they move in. If this describes you lets address a few common concerns you may have about the water in your new home.

Hard Water

One of the most common water issues new homeowners in Utah have is hard water, or water containing high quantities of minerals like calcium and magnesium. Not only can hard water be rougher on the skin and, perhaps most importantly from a homebuilding standpoint, can cause significant buildup of lime scale that diminish the lifespan of appliances.

Luckily, we can provide simple water softening solutions to completely eliminate this potential problem by removing the minerals from your water before it ever reaches your skin, your appliances or your beautiful new fixtures.

Chlorine Removal

Chlorine is often found in the water supply of new homes, and it can create a few issues. It’s known to leave a poor taste and smell behind, changing the way beverages like water, coffee, tea taste. It can also leave hair and skin feeling dry, and can even be inhaled through shower vapors and adsorbed through the skin causing health concerns.

Kinetico Filter Softener Systems include chlorine filters that completely remove the chlorine from all of the water in your home.

Drinking and Cooking

Our reverse osmosis water purification systems provide clean, pure water for cooking and drinking and can be installed under the kitchen sink or in a basement. The purified water can also be supplied to the refrigerator so your ice will not only be crystal clear but it will also taste great.

For more on avoiding common water issues while building a new home, or to learn about any of our water softeners or filtration systems, speak to the pros at Kinetico today.


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