Signs You Need a Home Water Filtration System for Your Home in St. Louis, MO
The surest path to better household water in St. Louis, Missouri, is to invest in a RainSoft home water filtration system. Since 1953, our water filtering systems have been relied on by families across the United States and around the globe who desire to have access to water of the highest quality. Even though your water might be perfectly safe to drink and use, that doesn’t mean it couldn’t stand to be a whole lot better. Designed to turn good water into great water, our whole-house systems utilize highly advanced filtration technologies that we have painstakingly improved over the course of the last half century. In fact, RainSoft systems are Tested and Certified by NSF International and the Water Quality Association, two of the most well respected independent product-testing organizations in the world. Their official seals of approval are intended to convey to the public what we at RainSoft have long known – that our home water filtration systems work exactly as advertised.
So, how do you know that your family in St. Louis, MO, could benefit from the installation of a water filtration system in the first place? Signs to look for include:
- Cloudy drinking water
- Floating particles
- Water that gives off an unpleasant odor (such as a “rotten egg” smell)
- Water that tastes disagreeable
- Rust stains inside your sinks, tubs, and toilet bowls (a sign of high iron content)
- Difficulty getting soaps and shampoos to lather well (a sign of water hardness)
Unfortunately, not all water problems are so readily apparent, which is why it’s important to have your water professionally tested. Only an in-depth water analysis can reveal what’s actually in your water on a microscopic level. Common contaminants include iron, lead, manganese, magnesium, calcium, and VOCs (volatile organic compounds).
Contact your local authorized RainSoft dealer to schedule a complimentary in-home water test and to learn more about having a home water filtration system installed anywhere in the St. Louis, MO, area.