Water Treatment Systems That can Help You This Winter

Water Treatment Systems That can Help You This Winter

Water quality issues have been in the media a lot over the last couple of years, which is a good thing. It’s important for people to realize that, despite the widespread use of municipal water treatment centers, the water coming out of their tap might actually not be as clean or as healthy as it should be. If you’re concerned about the quality of the water in your home, there are a number of different water treatment systems that you should consider. Have a look at a couple of the more popular kinds below.

Reverse Osmosis

Reverse osmosis systems use an ultrathin membrane, which sits in the water line so that all water entering the home must pass through it. Water molecules are able to pass through the membrane without problems. However, larger particles like lead, as well as a number of viral and bacterial varieties, will not be able to. These are collected in a waste receptacle in the system, to be disposed of later. A reverse osmosis system is great for preventing harmful materials from making it into your home.

Water Softeners

A water softener is designed to address the problem of hard water, which is water with a high amount of magnesium and calcium particles. These particles form lime scale in the plumbing pipes over time, restricting the flow of water and requiring professional repairs to fix. A water softener replaces the magnesium and calcium particles in the water with sodium, which is harmless. This softens the water, and protects the plumbing pipes.

Magnolia Plumbing, Heating & Cooling offers water treatment system installation services of all kinds in Baltimore, MD. If you need water treatment services, call today to speak to one of our experts. We’ll make sure that your water is safe to use this winter.

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