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How It Affects Your B  dy

Your body soaks up nutrients from water whether you are drinking it or applying it on to your skin. When showering or bathing, your skin will absorb more chlorine than when drinking an 8oz glass of water.

All water is treated with chlorine before being released to houses or businesses. Even bottled water is treated with chlorine which should dispel the belief that bottled water is healthier drinking water than water from your faucet. This belief came into affect due to the fact many houses don't have proper household water softening systems removing harmful chemicals. 

Unconditioned water will affect the health of your body in various ways even without chlorine. Other chemicals or sediments in your water can causes dishes to be cleaned less thoroughly and leave residue in your hair or body after bathing. Whether water is being used for drinking, washing your body or other household items, it must be conditioned properly!

Hard water not only keeps your home appliances from staying cleaning but it also affects your personal hygiene. Dandruff, dirt, and other particles will stick to your body more even after using soap due to the fact that the water cant rinse your body off as well! Simply put, dirty water cant clean dirty surfaces. 

Be careful about what you put in your body. Foggy water or water with an odor are signs that a new water conditioner needs to be installed. Considering experts say you're supposed to drink 8 8oz glasses of water each day, you probably want those glasses to be clean.

Keeps your mouth, nose & eyes from drying out

gives access other healthy nutrients and minerals from food and other liquids

Know How Water Can Help You!

Keeps your body at a healthy temperature

Will help to keep your joints from stiffening up

Prevents Constipation

Protects Vital Organs

Provides you body with oxygen

If you know that your water has any of the above factors or you are worried about future corrosion, give us a call today for your free consultation!

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