Is your potable water actually clean?
Most of us have indoor plumbing. We turn a knob, press a button, or flip a switch, and clean water comes pouring out. But is your home’s water actually clean? It may not be, research suggests. No matter the source of your water, the presence of contaminants is possible and even likely.
Water from your local water authority is likely subjected to multiple cleansing cycles to produce water that is “safe” for drinking. The major problem with this, however, is that facilities tend to use chlorine to treat their water, and chlorine itself is a contaminant. If your water comes from a private well, it may be contaminated as well. Turbidity, sediment, and hard water are all relatively common in well water.
Ditch the bottled water, and choose a water filtration system installation in Jurupa Valley, CA.
Compared to other countries, Americans are lucky to have access to relatively clean water. Nevertheless, the water that comes from your faucets, showerheads, and refrigerators sometimes contain contaminants. Things like chlorine, sediment, and animal droppings can all lurk in your “clean” water. Apart from making you ill, these contaminants can cause mineral accumulation in your appliances, premature aging of fabrics, and dull, dry skin and hair. If you desire to eliminate these and other risks associated with unfiltered water, give the professionals at JIG PLUMBING a call. We can answer all your questions, so don’t hesitate to call 844-899-9054 for water filtration in Jurupa Valley, CA, and to learn about our other plumbing options.
- Gas Leak Detection Gas leaks can be costly and dangerous. If you suspect one in your home or business, call a plumber immediately.
- Plumbing Video Camera Inspection A plumbing video camera inspection can provide valuable insight on the condition of your pipes.
- Toilet Repair and Installation A toilet is essential for comfortable, modern living. If yours is malfunctioning, our team can lend a hand.
- Water Filtration System Chlorine, minerals, pesticides, and feces can all lurk in your drinking water. If you want water that’s actually clean, you need a water filtration system.