Hard water is something every homeowner hopes to dodge when moving into a new residence. If your Cape Cod home’s water quality gets in the way of what should be simple everyday tasks, like doing the dishes or making a pot of coffee, resolving the issue is easier than you think.
Water Treatment: Know Your Options
Installing a water treatment system in your home can be a huge help—without a huge cost. There are water softening and filtration systems available for any property type and budget. Most water treatment systems can be categorized as either point-of-use or point-of-entry, depending on where the equipment is installed and how it functions with your plumbing.
Available for Homes with Private or Public Water
Whether your water supply comes from a private well or municipal system, preventive treatment is always your choice as a property owner. While the EPA regulates public drinking water and towns take additional measures to ensure drinking water is safe, many homeowners with public water still prefer water treatment for the sake of improving the water’s taste and/or for further purification.
Why It’s Important & How It Can Help
It’s no surprise that the water you drink and use for cleaning can have an effect on your health and wellbeing. On top of preventing illness, improving your home’s water quality can also help reverse the following issues that commonly accompany low-quality water:
- Unpleasant odor, taste, or color
- Excess buildup in water-utilizing appliances
- Staining of fixtures or clothing
Not sure if water treatment is right for your home? Click here to learn more about it and to request a free consultation.