Water Filtration

How To Choose A House Water Filtration System

Modern plumbing brings water into the home with just a simple turn of a knob, tempting homeowners into thinking that the water that flows through their faucets is safe enough to drink and cook with. However, a house water filtration system plays an important role in eliminating dangerous contaminants that could cause a variety of health conditions affecting the gastrointestinal tract, reproductive system, immune system, and nervous system. Selecting and installing an advanced house water filtration system is especially important for individuals with weakened immune systems and pre-existing conditions. 

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Clean Water Challenges in America Today

When you think about someone having difficulties accessing clean water, you typically think of people living in third world countries. However, water and sanitation challenges affect areas in the U.S. as well. These challenges include fecal contamination from individual wells, expensive water costs, lead service lines, outdated infrastructure, and the financial, technical and operational demands of making upgrades. 

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Do You Know What You’re Drinking?

The Safe Drinking Water Act, passed in 1974, gave EPA the authority to set the standards for safe drinking water. Since then, the U.S. public water system has become one of the safest and cleanest in the world. However, pregnant women, individuals with compromised immune systems, the elderly, children, and young infants can be especially vulnerable to contaminants in water.

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Roger the Plumber Announces Initiative in the Greater Kansas Area on Sump Pump Maintenance

Roger the Plumber announced a promotion offering a $50 credit towards sump pump maintenance to help homeowners prevent flooding. Roger the Plumber has found time and time again, sump pumps fail from lack of maintenance. Springtime maintenance services have shown to be the best, as the Kansas City area takes on the greatest increase of groundwater and heavy rainstorms from now, until the end of the summer season.

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