On average, a person uses between 80 to 100 gallons of water every single day. The use of water varies from drinking, cooking, bathing, or washing clothes and dishes. But no matter the use, that’s a lot of water coming in contact with our skin or that we’re ingesting every day. Don’t you want to make sure that water is clean and of the highest quality?
There are a few ways to improve your home’s water quality and many advantages to doing so. Keep reading for some more benefits and tips for making the upgrade.
Advantages of Water Filtration
It is well known that water in Las Vegas contains a lot of contaminants and chemicals that can be harmful to your health. To keep your water pure and healthy for drinking, eating, and contact with your skin, install a water filtration in your home. There are a variety of water filtration systems to choose from, so to make the right selection for your home, contact a professional.
Some of the best advantages of water filtration include:
- No longer having to purchase bottled water (good for the environment and good for your wallet!)
- The systems require very little maintenance
- Elimination of chemicals and contaminants from your water
Advantages of Water Softeners
Las Vegas residents are very familiar with the cities notoriously hard water. Hard water forms as water run through stone picking up calcium and magnesium minerals along the way. This mineral content isn’t removed during the filtration process, so it winds up in your home, flowing through your plumbing fixtures.
Hard water causes a number of problems, including:
- Dry skin and hair
- Water spots and buildup
- Decreasing efficiency in plumbing fixtures and appliances
- Faded laundry
- Bad tasting water
The solution to the hard water problem is simple, install a water softener. A water softener will remove the minerals from your water, preventing all of those problems we mentioned above.
If you’re ready to upgrade your home’s water quality, don’t wait another minute! Contact our team today for a consultation, either by calling us at (702) 710-7388 or by visiting our website!