Say Bye to Bottled Water and Enjoy High Quality Tap Water

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High Quality Tap WaterStop spending your hard-earned money on bottled water. Instead, consider investing in a high-quality water filtration system that will allow you to get clean, refreshing spring water straight from the tap in your kitchen.

What is a Water Filtration System?

Essentially, a water filtration system takes plain tap water that typically comes from a local plant and purifies it. Using a very straightforward process, the water filtration system purifies the water by removing any harmful organic compounds, chemicals and contaminants.

Homeowners install a water filtration system in their homes for one of two reasons – to get clean, refreshing water or to improve the safety of the water that does come into the home.

How Does a Water Filtration System Work?

There is an entire scientific process behind how a water filtration system works. However, that complex scientific process can be broken down into a few simple steps that are easy to understand.

The steps involved with a water filtration system include:

  • Installing the water filtration system where the main water source to the home is located
  • Filtration system will go through a process to remove any silt, rust and sediment in the water
  • Filtration system will remove heavy metals, such as copper-zinc, and chemicals like chlorine
  • Filtration system will use a process known as adsorption which will remove contaminants

Water filtration systems often need to be installed by a professional plumber. If you live in the West Palm Beach and Lake Worth, Florida areas, you can contact General Plumbing. We are a local plumbing company that can not only answer any questions you may have about water filtration systems, but we can install them, too.

Call us today at 561-420-0442 to learn more about our water filtration installation services, as well as our other services such as drain cleaning, emergency plumbing, routine maintenance, and installing equipment from a local plumbing supply store.