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3 Benefits of Water Filtration Systems

Aug 24, 2018 | Blog

Water is essential to our lives. Human bodies are composed of 60 percent water. We can go on for weeks without food, but without water, we can barely last a few days. From quenching thirst and cooking meals to taking showers and doing dishes ― most of our daily activities revolve around water. We must have access to clean water to live healthy lives.

Homeowners in Bradenton, Florida, have plenty of options for obtaining clean water. Some individuals prefer bottled water, while many families opt for water delivery services. Even still, others want to save money and use tap water for all their needs. However, all of these groups have another option that can save time and money as well as protect their health and environment. Let’s take a look at some reasons a water filtration system makes financial sense and can have a positive effect on other areas of your life.

Enjoy Better-Tasting Water

A water filtration system can improve not only the taste but also the quality of your tap water.

Tap water may have various contaminants that occur naturally or as a result of human activity. Occasionally, a water source could have an accidental exposure to toxic substances. To make tap water safe for consumption, water agencies treat it with chlorine. However, even though it’s unlikely for tap water to get you sick, filtering it will help get rid of heavy metals, chlorine and bacterial residue.

Reach Your Body Weight Goals

A water filtration system can help you get leaner and maintain your ideal body weight. Having access to clean water at all times will make it easier to kick your soda habit and develop a new habit of drinking plain water whenever you’re thirsty. Also, it won’t be as hard to say no to sugary drinks such as sodas and juices when your water tastes good.

Protect the Environment

If you have access to clean water, you don’t have to buy bottled water. This way, you can reduce the number of plastic bottles in landfills. At the same time, you’ll reduce the cost of transporting the water.

To learn more about various water filtration systems, contact the water specialists at Air & Energy by calling 941-778-0773. We can help you pick and install the right water filtration system for your home.

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