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Engineered systems for customer's specific water treatment needs.

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Residential Water Treatment

What is residential water treatment?

Residential water treatment is the process of improving the quality of the water in your home for drinking, bathing, and other uses. Whole house water treatment systems remove contaminants and other undesirable components from the home’s water supply at the point of entry into the home.

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Thinking about adding a whole house water filtration system to your home?

There are a few things to consider when choosing a home water filtration system to your home. The main question to ask yourself is what am I trying to improve with my water supply? Most families install whole house water systens to improve the quality of their water. namely the taste and smell. Other families may need to remove compounds like salt or sand and in extreme cases the removal of organic microbials that are hazardous to for human consumption. What ever your need may be, choosing the correct type of water filtration system is critical.

Why use a home water treatment system?

Most residential water systems improve the quality of the water by removing unwanted taste and smells. Depending on the type of filtration system installed, some microbal risks may also be removed from the residence’s water supply. Water supplies in the United States are heavily regulated and must meet stringent guidelines before human consumption. Microbial risks are not usually an issue with residential water consumption in the United States.

How does a home water system work?

The most common types of residential water treatment include filtration systems designed to “strain” out the unwanted things in the water supply. There are several types of filtration systems which include sediment, carbon, sub-micron filters. Each of these have their own specific uses. Activated carbon filtration is the most common type of whole house filtration systems as it performs especially well with the removal of odor causing chemicals and improve the taste of the water. Sediment filtration is another popular option with reverse osmosis systems that remove different types of sediment like salt and salt. Submicron filtration is more commonly used for water supplies that may contain pathogens and other microbial organisms.

WET professionals are ready to assist you with any questions or other concerns you may have. Contact WET today and find out why WET is the global leader in reverse osmosis technology.

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