When you use city water, the water that comes into your house might not be as clean as you think. Have you noticed any of the following in your water?
The water tastes or smells funny
The water discolors or leaves spots on appliances, like refrigerators
Visible sediment in the water
Spots appearing on shower glass and bathing fixtures as well as dishes
Cities typically use a number of chemicals, chlorine, chloramine, or a combination of both of these chemicals to remove bacteria from the water. However, these chemicals (as well as their by-products) can be bad for your health. They can even be adsorbed through the skin and through vapor inhalation! Drinking bottled water or filtering just your sink is not enough! You need a professional whole-home water conditioner solution. And All Elite Water can help! Contact us today to tell us about your water and request a FREE in-home test. Let us customize a solution for you!
People often ask, what is hard water? Hard water contains a higher amount of dissolved compounds of magnesium and calcium as well as other minerals. Specifically, any water with more than 7 grains per gallon (gpg) of calcium carbonate is considered hard water. Hard water has a bad reputation, and for a good reason. It can destroy your pipes overtime by producing limescale. It can stain fixtures in your bathroom and kitchen. And it can cause itchy and try skin and eyes as well as harm your hair. That’s why at All Elite Water, we recommend the best and most effective water softener systems for your home! We can analyze your home’s water hardness, and make an educated recommendation around your needs and your budget so that you can enjoy the real benefits of softer water! Contact us today to learn more about how we can help!
Here are a couple of no salt solutions to process your homes water. First a carbon filter. Some companies combine carbon and KDF. These filters will remove Chlorine and a number of other contaminants from the water. The newest technology is template crystallization which crystallizes calcium and magnesium in order to reduce build up on faucets and appliances. These systems do not soften the water, however they are alternatives from using a traditional water softener which needs salt to regenerate. Template crystallization can also be used with carbon to increase the life of the system
Water softeners are designed to remove minerals, such as calcium and magnesium, that can leave deposits on dishes and plumbing fixtures while water filtration systems are designed to remove contaminants and foul odors found in drinking water. Want to learn more about how we can help? Contact us today want for a free consultation!
Residential reverse osmosis drinking water with Alkaline
We call this type of water “energy in a glass!” Alkaline water has been show to contain roughly 20% more oxygen than regular water. Active Mineral Technology can add Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium and other important and helpful minerals your body needs right in your water. The easiest change for a healthier life can be as simple as adding a residential reverse osmosis drinking water with alkaline system to your home! Experience what water should taste like when we remove up to 99.99% of Lead, Chlorine, Fluoride, Arsenic, Bacteria, and more. You’ll love how you feel when you start drinking the healthiest water on Earth! Want to learn more about our Alkaline water products? Please get in touch with us so we can help!
Reverse osmosis is the process that takes out solid substances like sediments, foreign contaminants, and harmful molecules from water by using pressure to push it through specialized membranes. It is a water purification system used to improve water for drinking, cooking and other important uses. There are a number of EXCELLENT reverse osmosis water filtration
A high-performing Reverse Osmosis system can remove up to 99% of dissolved contaminants found in your water! These common water contaminants may include salts, particles, colloids: oil and fat-based molecules, organic bacteria, and pyrogens.
Interested in learning how Reverse Osmosis can improve the quality of your drinking water? We’d love to speak with you! Contact us for an initial consultation today!