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Water Treatment Services in Tampa
Unless you get all your water from the well, you should know that all of your water goes through a municipal treatment facility before it gets to your home. This treatment is designed to remove the majority of harmful materials from your water supply, and for the most part it is successful. However, no municipal water treatment is 100% effective. There will always be small amounts of harmful material that still manage to make it into your home’s water supply.
If you want to make sure that your water is as clean as possible, you should invest in a water treatment system. IERNA's Heating & Cooling installs and services a wide range of water treatment systems throughout Tampa, FL. If you need to have a water treatment system installed or serviced, we can help you out. Contact us today to schedule an appointment with one of our expert technicians.
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Why It’s Important to Have a Water Treatment System Installed
It may seem like it’s not such a big deal to have a few trace amounts of minerals make it into your water supply. However, these kinds of contaminants have an effect far beyond simply making tap water taste bad. Some common contaminants that you may need to worry about include lead, cyanide, arsenic, and a host of other toxic materials.
There is no safe level of exposure for these pollutants, and any amount present in your water should be removed as soon as possible. This is why it’s so important to make sure that your water quality is as high as possible, and the best way to do that is with a treatment system.
Types of Water Treatment Systems
There are a variety of different water treatment systems you can install in your home, each of which is designed to remove a different range of contaminants from your water. For example, a reverse osmosis system operates by forcing water through an ultrathin membrane in the water line. Water molecules are small enough to pass through the membrane without a problem. Larger particles, though, are blocked from entering the home. Instead, they are shunted off to a collection receptacle to be disposed of.
Water softeners are another method of water treatment, designed to deal with hard water. Hard water is water with a high level of magnesium and calcium particles in it, which causes lime scale to form over time. A water softener replaces the calcium and magnesium particles in the water with a substitute, usually small amounts of sodium (not enough for you to taste, though). This protects your home’s plumbing system from the effects of long–term water exposure.