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Quality Water Comes from Well-Maintained Systems

You’ll enjoy clean, filtered drinking water with any of the reverse osmosis systems we offer, but you’ll get the most out of them when they’re properly maintained.

Much of this regular maintenance can be done by us, but you can save time and money by knowing what or when to maintain when it comes to your RO system – and a clean, well-maintained drinking water systems means better water for your family which is the whole reason you made this investment in the first place, right?

Reverse osmosis is one of the most popular ways to filter your drinking water. A high quality Reverse Osmosis system will consistently produce water that is as good as or better than bottled water, and is much more economical.

We can configure these systems to meet the demands of your household, but all of them will need to be maintained similarly;

• Replace the filters at least once a year
• Replace any sediment filters at least once a year
• Have the system sanitized and the filter housings cleaned
• Check the reservoir tank pressure
• Replace membranes when needed
• Check for leaks
• Cleanse and re-assemble the plumbing pipes regularly
• The pressure nozzle must also be checked at regular intervals
• Contact our technicians for any assistance

After a while, the filters will get clogged simply because they were doing their job – the more contaminates they filter, the quicker they will become clogged. Low water pressure is an evident sign that your filter and membrane life is running out.

Similarly, if you don’t properly maintain your reverse osmosis system, the performance and quality of purification will greatly be affected as previously mentioned - and you might experience offensive taste and odor of water and low water pressure. Yuck!

When you replace the filters or membranes, your entire system will last longer, saving you time and money on repairs or replacement drinking water systems. The cleaner the filter, the cleaner the water.

#reverseosmosis #drinkingwatersystems #maintainingyourROsystem #cleandrinkingwater #watefilters #boncordrinkingwatersystems
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CAN DRINKING WATER MAKE YOU TIRED?

We all know that there are countless benefits to drinking water. It can help to increase our energy and relieve fatigue, as well as boosting the immune system and helping with weight loss – just to name a few! But, what if your drinking water is making you tired instead of helping you feel better? Unfortunately, this has been the case in some areas!

Why? Why would drinking water make you tired?

Well, the answer is lithium – dissolved lithium in your drinking water to be exact. Lithium is found naturally occurring all over the world, but it can also make its way into groundwater through contamination and from improper disposal of prescription drugs. Lithium is commonly used to make batteries, and to treat mental conditions such as bipolar disorder.

Lithium is an alkali metal that is found in mineral springs and in nearly all igneous rocks. It is the lightest metal with a density about half that of water, however when lithium is exposed to ground water, a reaction occurs and it can then find its way into your home’s drinking water.

The problem with dissolved lithium in your drinking water is that it has an effect on your thyroid. Several studies have linked dissolved lithium in drinking water to hypothyroidism. Underactive thyroid, otherwise known as hypothyroidism, is a condition in which your thyroid gland doesn’t produce enough of certain important hormones. This can then result in memory loss, depression, sensitivity to cold, weight gain and of course excessive tiredness.

When used to treat bipolar disorder, Lithium can cause serious complications with both you thyroid and your kidneys. While this might be a necessary side effect to treat a serious mental disorder, most of us should never have to worry about that.

Unfortunately, many of us are exposed to lithium everyday – just by drinking tap water.

Is there a solution?

Yes, of course there is! You can take a chance and rely on your municipal water treatment facility, but unfortunately, their treatment processes don’t always treat for lithium. When it comes to safe water, perhaps the safest water, is water that we have treated ourselves.

Home water filtration systems, such as our reverse osmosis systems, do a remarkable job of filtering out harmful contaminates such as lithium. There is no reason you should have to worry about drinking the water from your tap! Drinking water is supposed to be healthy for you – and we can help make it that way again!

#drinkingwater, #tapwater, #lithium, #fatigue, #reverseosmosis, #waterfitration, #drinkingwaterfilters, #hypothyroidism


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Drinking plenty of ounces of water has some pretty awesome benefits as one woman explains. http://ow.ly/3coG30gjLDC
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Yup! #drinkmorewater always makes these lists about improving your life. It’s THAT important!
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Have you ever heard of #deionizedwater? Learn more about this service here! http://ow.ly/Vsdv30gjLw6
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Love drinking water but need to mix it up? Mixing flavors at home is so healthy and easy! You will literally be infusing vitamins and minerals into your water. Here are some ideas for flavor combinations! http://ow.ly/kL8e30gjLnC
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If you suffer from #eczema, a #watersoftener could benefit you more than once thought. A recent study found that exposure to #hardwaterminerals could be damaging the skin’s barrier layer and causing more sensitivity to soaps and detergents.
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#Lead in #drinkingwater can cause serious health issues for infants, children and pregnant women. But sometimes, we can’t even tell which lead pipes are leaking into our tap water. That’s one of the many reasons to consider a #drinkingwatersystem. http://ow.ly/dEGA30fMgvp
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