HOW TO LOVE ❤ YOUR WATER IN 2 EASY STEPS

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Colette McCullough

Improving Your Water is Simple!

Not thrilled with the taste, odor or appearance of the water coming from your tap? 

We've been in the water treatment business for 25+ years and have discovered that it doesn't take rocket science to have great water. In fact, in just a couple of simple steps--we can help you LOVE YOUR WATER! 

STEP 1:

Install an  ultraviolet water disinfection system. Our top pick is the Viqua IHS22-D4. Over the years, this system has consistently proven to perform well for our customers. The system has two 20-inch filters designed to filter out small particles, thus improving the efficacy of the UV purification process.

During the UV disinfection process, water is exposed to UV light which kills the DNA of bacteria. This means that 99.99% of harmful microorganisms in your water are destroyed, giving you peace of mind that your water is safe and bacteria free. If you want to understand more about UV, we've created a  UV Guide to help you understand UV.

STEP 2:

Install the  RO PuROTwist Reverse Osmosis system. The PuROTwist is the perfect combination with the Viqua IHS22-D4 system to create the perfect whole-house solution . While UV disinfects and 

ensures your water is safe, reverse osmosis ensures your water tastes great! In fact, RO can improve the taste, odor and appearance of your water. 

The PuROTwist Reverse Osmosis Water Filter system offers the highest of quality and performance standards, high capacity output, automatic shut-off and the user-friendly "Twist Tap" filters. This means that replacing the filters (annually) is a quick, simple process without the need for tools, bucket or mess. Learn more about  How a Reverse Osmosis System Works.

Have Questions?

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