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Your water may contain a variety of contaminants and you might not even realize it. Whether you have city water or well water, common contaminants could include sodium, nitrates, bacteria, algae, viruses, mercury, lead, and parasites; just to name a few. Pregnant women and children can be especially vulnerable to the effects of lead exposure, which usually happens when older fixtures begin to corrode.

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You should act quickly to minimize the contaminants in your drinking water.


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"Two weeks ago I had a new Osmosis system installed. I had a couple of questions about it, so I gave them a call this past Friday. Instead of trying to answer my questions on the phone, the lady sent out a technician to answer my questions and to double check that everything was in tip top shape. Very kind and professional. They are the best around.

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Common Contaminants That May Be in Your Water

Problematic Water Issues We Can Help With

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