Water is constantly changing, and so is the condition of the water in our beautiful desert locale. How do you keep up? That’s where we come in; we’ll answer your questions about
A water purifier adds so many benefits to your quality of life. Cleaner water provides you with better drinking (and cooking) water, so you can:
And as a bonus, better, softer water will reduce the dryness of your skin and hair
Recognizing the signs that your
If you said yes to any of the above, then it’s time to
Deciding between a water softener or reverse osmosis system is a big decision. How do you choose?
A water softener works by removing minerals that cause hard water and then passes softened water into your home. Soft water is easier on your hair, skin, nails, clothes, faucets, and appliances. So, when you wash your dishes, clothes, or yourself, you’ll discover a more refreshing clean all around.
A reverse osmosis system is a point-of-use-system (treats water at the source; typically installed under the sink) that filters water down to the molecular level. This process removes contaminants and creates water so pure you might think it came from a bottle!
In either case, each water treatment system will bring you the benefits of cleaner, healthier water. However, if you already have water softeners, then you don’t need a reverse osmosis system—although we strongly recommend using both!
When considering a whole-home filtration system, there are a ton of factors to consider. For more guidance on water treatment, please see our answers to