One of the most commonly asked questions asked when choosing a filtration system is “what’s the difference between a water filter and reverse osmosis system”. We have provided a informative guide below to assist you with.
You may have heard about water filtration before, especially if you’ve found yourself here on our Aqua Plus blog. There are many options to consider when you’re looking into installing a water filtration system in your home. Today we’re going to be chatting about whole house water filtration systems and how they can benefit your entire family.
Let’s take a trip back to our high school chemistry class. A neutral pH level sits at 7. This is where plain tap water sits. Now, if we decrease the pH levels below 7, our water will become acidic. However, if we increase the pH levels above 7, we find the holy grail that is alkaline water.
If you’re concerned about your tap water, whether it’s the odour, the colour or the taste that just doesn’t seem right, your best solution is to make the switch to a water filtration system. The other alternative is relying solely on bottled water, which is not only bad for the environment (if plastic bottles are used), it can be very costly.
Filtered water is such a wonderful thing to introduce to your home and your family. Obviously, it’s great for drinking, but it’s also beneficial when it comes to cleaning. If you’re looking for a fantastic natural cleaning alternative, simply mix your filtered water with a few essential oils, as listed below.
Maintaining your water filtration system doesn’t have to be a difficult task. Here at Aqua Plus, we know that providing a service and a product is as much about the follow up and customer ease as it is the initial sale.
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