A recent study has revealed that millions of Americans are drinking water that doesn’t meet approved health standards.
Is your family among those millions? Or is your household supply safe to drink?
If you don’t want to worry whether your tap water is fit for drinking, you’ll need to take action. Here’s how to preserve the quality of water in your Utah home.
Test Your Drinking Water
Whether you get your water from a private well or municipal source, testing it is the best way to ensure the supply is safe to drink. If your water is provided by a municipal water company you can contact your water provider or visit their website and view the drinking water report they provide. This will allow you to see which contaminants they are testing for and what the levels are.
Test kits are also widely available, but interpreting the results and figuring out how to effectively eliminate any contaminants that are present can be a challenge.
If you turn to Kinetico Utah, our expert team will offer advice on treatment solutions free of charge.
Install a Filtration System
If testing shows that your tap water is contaminated filtering it can make it safe for drinking. You have your choice of several under sink and faucet filters, and you can get filters that target specific contaminants.
To make sure your family has safe drinking water, however, you may be better off installing a reverse osmosis filtration system. The reverse osmosis process removes the following:
- Chemical contaminants, lead, copper and arsenic etc
- Organic, inorganic and chemical byproducts of disinfection
- Sediments, particulates and physical contaminants
- Kinetico also offers filters that remove viruses, bacteria and other biological contaminants
Call on the Kinetico Utah Team
At Kinetico Utah, we offer highly effective treatment systems that are backed by an industry-leading warranty. Homeowners across the state rely on us to make their tap water safe, and we’re ready to do the same for you — at a price that meets your budget.
To learn more about our products and the reverse osmosis process, or to schedule a free, no-obligation estimate for a filtration system installation, contact our Draper, Utah, office today.