Nothing stands out like new water in a new environment. It’s not what you’re used to: It tastes different. It smells different. It soaps up weird and leaves your skin and clothes feeling different.
So if you’re in Sarasota-Manatee, ask yourself: When it comes to your home or business’s water, are your guests noticing “good different” or “bad different”?
Clean, fresh, filtered and sanitized, Manatee County’s Health Water makes a great impression. Whether it’s your out-of-town-friends or your soon-to-be-in-laws staying in your guest room, prospective clients and customers in your break room, investors and buyers at your company’s meet-and-greet, you don’t want to leave a bad taste in their mouth. Make a good impression with great Healthy Water.
Why Smell Matters
In many cases, odor is the first thing people notice about your water. You greet them with a glass of freshly brewed iced tea and the sulfur stink overpowers the lemon. They relax from the road with a long shower and come out smelling of chlorine. So what do they think of your hospitality now?
If these smells linger in your water, then your water filter isn’t doing its job. It’s allowing minerals—and possibly other things—to flow into your home or office. The absence of smell is the first sign of a functional, high-quality water treatment system.
The Water Taste Test
Water should be one of our most refreshing resources. But because so much of our modern water retains natural minerals, or worse still, carries man-made pollutants, we sometimes assume water will taste bad right out of the tap.
And if we do get used to drinking tap water, it’s usually only within our own house.
So what does it mean when we give our house guests or business associates a big glass of bad-tasting water? It’s a little bit of an insult right off the bat.
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