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Step 1: Test Your Water Quality

Before you can address any underlying issues, its best to first get a good understanding of what’s in your water. Conduct a home drinking water quality test to find out what you’re working with, and what needs to be dealt with.

Step 2: Consider Your Needs

Safe water is essential. For some folks, like pregnant women, infants, and those with underlying health concerns, this is even more important. Consider your unique needs while consulting the results from your water quality test.

Step 3: Research Your Options

Whether you need water treatment, purification, or a combination, finding the right solution starts with education. Read comprehensive guides & reviews written by industry experts to learn all about the recent tech and most innovative systems available.

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Do You Know What’s in Your Water?

Nitrates/Nitrites

Risk of dangerous blood disorder called methemoglobinemia.

Arsenic

Long-term can cause cancer, high blood pressure, heart disease, and neurological issues

Fluoride

Often added to water during treatment. Possible risk of cancer and skeletal fluorosis.

Aluminum

Large amounts can affect kidney and liver function

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Bacteria & Viruses

Pose threat of waterborne illness if water is not properly purified.

Chloramine

Used during water treatment. Leaves residual taste and smell in water.

Chlorine

Used to disinfect water but leaves a distinct taste and smell.

Lead

Consumption of lead in water can lead to high blood pressure and kidney damage.

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