Test Your Water!
To Understand What Kind Of Filter System You Should Use, First Test Your Water Supply To See What You Truly Need Protection From.
You need to understand what is in your water in order to find the best way to combat it. Running tests on your home water supply is the best way to figure out what chemicals and contaminants are lurking. Once you know what you’re dealing with, it becomes easy to figure out the right water filtration system and products you might need for your home.
Whether you have well water or you’d like to test your home water supply on your own, here are a few options:
County Health Department – Often times they will help test your water to explore if there are potential problems that could pose a risk to the public at large.
Independent Lab – To find one closest to you, call the Safe Drinking Water Hotline at 800.426.4791 or visit the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) website.
Testing Kits – You can head to your local hardware or home improvement store and purchase a home water testing kit. Some, like Home Depot, even have a free kit you can take home and mail-in for results.
No matter what you feel most comfortable doing or what works for your budget and time frame, the most important aspect is that you have your water tested. Knowing the chemical makeup and possible contaminants lingering in your tap water is a critical way to determine which filtration products will produce the best results for you.
Contact PROECOLIFE at 312.889.8888 to find out which water filter products might be best for YOU.
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