5 Ways Your Home’s Well Water Can Benefit from a Water Filtration System

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You may think having your own private well as a main source of water means that there’s no need for you to have a water filtration system. However, the opposite is true! Well water has its own potential issues that can be resolved with the help of a water filtration system. It’s important that you test your well water at least once a year to ensure that it’s safe to drink. Testing your water can also help you determine which type of water filter will do the best job. Below, we discuss 5 ways you can benefit by installing a water filtration system.

 

1.     Contaminants are removed

A high-quality water filtration system can remove harmful bacteria, parasites, and viruses that can be found in ground water (a.k.a well water), keeping it pure and safe to drink.

 

2.     Improves taste and smell

Issues like Sulfur water can give your whole home a “rotten egg” smell, and make your water less than desirable to drink. A filtration system can help eliminate this odor, making your water taste and smell better.

 

3.     Reduces acidity

A filtration system can help prevent build-up and corrosion in pipes and appliances, helping both last longer, and saving you from potentially costly repairs.

 

4.     Improves clarity & discoloration

The natural sediments often found in well water can cause it to look cloudy or be discolored. A water filter can eliminate both issues so your water won’t just be pure—it will look pure too.

 

5.     Provides overall peace of mind

A whole house water filtration system ensures that the moment water enters your home, it’s pure and safe to drink. You can have the peace of mind that your whole family is using and drinking safe water.

 

You can learn more about our whole house water filtration systems and the benefits here. Interested in keeping your well water pure and safe? Contact Anderson Water & Power today! We offer free in-home consultations for any of your water, power, heating, and cooling needs.