Bottled water is the fastest growing drink choice in the United States. Americans spend billions of dollars each year to buy it. While bottled water has been the easiest solution for many homeowners, it may not be the best solution for the environment. The fact is that even water bottles made from recycled material, may at some point become waste if not disposed of correctly, increasing our carbon footprint. An alternative solution, one that plumbers in San Diego will agree is both a practical and clean solution, is a water filtration system.
Reverse osmosis has been the most popular way of ensuring clean drinking water. However, that only works at one fixture at a time and can also waste water as it typically takes three gallons of water to make one gallon of filtered water. At Bill Howe, the leading plumber in San Diego, we can suggest a whole house water filtration system. This type of water filtration will begin filtering all water throughout the house the moment it enters the plumbing system, eliminating the chlorine and other chemicals that are used to clean water from public water systems. With a whole house water filtration system homeowners can rest assured that they are giving their families the cleanest water possible to drink, bathe, cook and wash clothes.
At Bill Howe, we have become the preferred low cost plumbing service company in the San Diego area. For over 30 years, our plumbers in San Diego have been fixing plumbing services throughout the area leaving customers more than satisfied. One of the factors that make us one of the best plumbing services around is the fact that we know our industry and what works best in our customers’ homes. Having a plumber in San Diego that understands all the mechanics of plumbing and has experience with water filtration systems means that you also receive the best possible service.
To schedule an appointment or receive a free estimate with a Bill Howe plumber in San Diego, please contact us at 1-800-BILL-HOWE (1-800-245-5469).
Statistics and information provided in this article are provided by www.epa.gov Water Health Series: Bottled Water Basics.