Have you noticed that every day it seems that there is news about another town in our area with contaminated water? It’s so hard to keep up with all of the contaminations and even harder to know if the water you are drinking is safe for you and your family. America is finally drinking more water than soda and other sugar drinks, but don’t you also want to make sure that the water you are drinking is good for you? Drinking more water is clearly a smart and healthy decision! But, you still have a lot of choices when it comes to what kind of water you drink and making sure it’s safe. Bottled? Distilled? Natural spring water? Tap water?
The solution to all these worries may be as simple as a Reverse Osmosis (RO) drinking water system. Reverse osmosis drinking water systems provide you with clean, refreshing water right in your home. Here are some reasons why it’s the best option for you.
Isn’t my tap water fine?
While many of us expect our city drinking water to be consistently free from impurities and imperfections, the reality can be much different. Municipalities regulate and treat their water supply for contaminants and impurities, but recent news stories about the failures of some public works can make trusting the quality of our drinking water that much more difficult. Just a month ago, Trenton Water Works issued a boil water advisory. It’s over now, but can you pour yourself a glass of water without some skepticism about what’s in it? What steps can we take to make sure that we’re consuming the highest quality, safest drinking water we can?
Alternatives to Tap Water
So your first reaction when you don’t trust the water coming out of your faucet might be to find some alternatives. There’s plenty of options to get clean water quickly, like filter pitchers or the dispenser in your fridge. These filters use activated charcoal to remove certain contaminants and make your water look and taste better. But, these filters don’t do that best job at removing all harmful particles in your water. Plus, they take up a lot of space in your fridge or on your counter. Maybe you opt to only drink bottled water. I’m sure you save money on it whenever you buy it at Sam’s Club or Costco, so it’s really not a huge expense, right? Wrong. On average, bottled water costs $7.50/Gallon (when sold in individual 500mL bottles). Just imagine, if all of the water you used around the house were bottled water, your monthly water bill would cost around $9000! Not to mention the environmental catastrophe that those one-use plastic bottles are causing! Isn’t there a better way?
Drinking Water Treatment Options
And there is a better way! It’s the ClearFlo RO product line offered by Kel Tren WaterCare. These reverse osmosis systems filter particles and impurities out of your water, even those that those independent carbon filters miss. It’ll get rid of contaminants from heavy metals to fluoride, chlorine, and large suspended particles. The RO systems can deliver up to 100 gallons a day, and the best part? It gets installed right under your sink, so there’s no eyesore on your counter or in your kitchen! And you can turn your faucet on to grab a drink, trusting that only the best water makes it into your glass!
Our systems are tested and certified for the reduction of the following contaminants:
• nitrates and nitrites (hexavalent & trivalent)
• cyst (cryptosporidium)
• total dissolved solids (TDS)
If pure water is what you want, a reverse osmosis drinking system is what you need!
Call Kel Tren today to get one of our guys out to your house to see if a Clear Flo system is the perfect fit for your drinking water needs!