Safe drinking water is a concern to most homeowners. Even with existing laws and regulations in place that strive to ensure that everyone has access to clean water many homes have water supplies that are lacking in quality. Measures are often put into place, by homeowners, to increase the quality of the water coming into homes with extra attention being given to the filtration and purification of drinking water.
There are multiple water treatment systems that are available to homeowners, each with their own unique abilities to increase the quality of the water supply in your home. Two such systems include point of use and point of entry water treatment systems. Both types of systems are used to soften, condition, purify, or filter that water supply and can be installed for both residential and commercial use.
Using a Point Of Entry Water System
Point of entry water treatment systems connect directly to your homes water line. A water softener is one type of point of entry water treatment system. The water softener acts as a central filtration station for the water that is distributed to your entire home or office. Often a point of entry system is referred to as a whole-house solution for smelly water, hard water, or water with a high mineral count. These systems are used to remove bad tastes, foul odors, and contaminated before the water reaches your kitchen, bathroom, laundry, or irrigation systems.
Point Of Use System Differnces
On the other hand, a point of use system is installed directly at the source of water retrieval such as out door spickets, kitchen faucets, bathroom sinks, and showers. Most homeowners choose a point of use system in addition to a point of entry system. For instance, if your homes water has been found to have high levels of arsenic in it a point of use system arsenic removal system can be installed to prevent arsenic from entering your drinking water where as the water in your showers is fine to use even with low levels of arsenic. Point of use water treatment systems are often cheaper than point of entry systems as they are only being used to provide filtration to one source.
Benefits of Using Either Option For Water Treatment
There are multiple benefits that homeowners receive from using point of entry and point of use water treatment systems.
- Point of use and point of entry filtration systems help keep your home safe from contaminants and chemicals that are found at the water source. Installing both systems will help ensure the water is free of contamination both from the source and just before it’s expelled from your tap.
- A point of use filtration system can work well in isolation and it is an economical filtration system which can only be installed at a single water outlet.
- When used together, point of use and point of entry systems can help ensure that you and your family have maximum protection from water contaminants which can cause illnesses. Adding a water softener into the system guarantees that your water is not just safe for consumptions but adequate for other use such as bathing and cleaning.
At Reynolds Water Conditioning Company, we are here to help make sure our clients don’t buy water treatment systems that they don’t need. We are here to make sure you find a water softening system that gives you the results you are looking for, whether it is to remove iron or odor from you water; we have a solution that will help! For more information contact our experts at 800.572.9575 or at our website https://reynoldswater.com.