Health - Central Texas Water Softeners
Health - Central Texas Water Softeners


Getting enough water every day is important for your health.

Warning: 86% of our water is testing positive for Cryptosporidium.  Naegleria Fowler (Brain Eating Amoebas) and Giardia are in our water.  It is essential that all water have a UV light, because these can slip by Chlorination!  Some are harmful from ingestion, others from absorption and inhalation.

The presence of certain contaminants in our water can lead to health issues, including gastrointestinal illness, reproductive problems, and neurological disorders. Infants, young children, pregnant women, the elderly, and immunocompromised persons may be especially at risk for becoming ill after drinking contaminated water. For example, elevated levels of lead can cause serious health problems, especially for pregnant women and young children.

Water that’s safe to drink should ideally be clear with no odor or funny taste.  Adding a whole house water softener will remove hardness-causing minerals and contaminants from water, like magnesium and calcium. Softeners also typically use salt as the primary chemical agent in modifying the properties of water, while filtration can encompass many more methods to alter water. The term “water filter” can refer almost equally to systems that filter water throughout your home, smaller products that filter at the point-of-use, reverse osmosis filtration systems, and others in between.

Prioritizing Health? - Central Texas Water Softeners

Prioritizing Health?

Safeguard Your Well-being with a Water Filter and UV System

Your health is paramount, and ensuring the safety of your water is a crucial aspect of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. You can safeguard your well-being by utilizing the combined power of a water filter and UV system.

A water filter acts as a reliable barrier against impurities and contaminants, such as chemicals, heavy metals, sediment, and microorganisms. With advanced filtration technologies, a water filter effectively removes these harmful substances, providing you with clean and healthy water for various purposes.

In addition to a water filter, a UV system offers an extra layer of protection against bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens that may be present in your water. The ultraviolet light technology used in UV systems deactivates these microorganisms, ensuring that your water is free from harmful contaminants.

By combining a water filter and UV system, you can enjoy peace of mind knowing that your water is purified and safe for drinking, cooking, and bathing. Prioritize your health and the well-being of your loved ones with this powerful combination.

Say goodbye to concerns about the safety of your water and hello to a healthier lifestyle. Invest in a water filter and UV system combo to enjoy the benefits of clean and purified water throughout your home.

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