We’ve worked in the water filtration industry for a long time. That extensive experience means that not only do we know all of the little details when it comes to water filtration systems, but we can also see the big picture. It’s more than just linking up a system and letting it run; giving you the highest possible water quality coming out of your taps means taking into account a number of factors, and making the right decision to address each of them.
Where you are and where your water is coming from make a huge difference. A home with a well in east Manatee County needs totally different considerations from a condo in downtown Sarasota getting city water. This is the first thing we look at when assessing your situation.
Of course, knowing the source of the water doesn’t mean when know what’s in it. If you’re on city water, the community will issue its own test and release regular reports
on the findings. (You can also watch Sarasota’s 2019 Water Quality Summit here.) Still, those reports only account for what was found at the city water’s source; the water can pick up contaminants as it travels to your house. And flooding, like we just saw with Hurricane Eta, increases the potential for contaminants to reach your water.
Well water will reflect the conditions of Florida’s aquifer, but of course, each individual well is a unique water source, because your well’s location will have unique effects on your water.
Water Filtration Systems
Only after we’ve done the testing and understand what needs to be removed from your water can we decide what kind of system you need. We’re not a one-size-fits-all operation; we’ve got a lot of options to choose from, and we’re not beholden to any one manufacturer. And as a small, locally owned business, we work one project at a time, and that’s our focus. We fix the water that’s in front of us.
This is a biggie, and one that’s not often considered by homeowners. While we love to install a fresh new system to take stress off our clients’ minds, we can’t just put a filter in and forget about it. Filters need to be regularly replaced, and systems need maintenance. A Health Water system isn’t a huge investment when you consider the difference it makes for yourself, your family, and your appliances. But you don’t want to spend money on a shiny new filter and then let it go to pot. Regular maintenance will keep your water clean for the long-run.