Gain peace of mind with water testing and the addition of a water purification system for clean and safe drinking water.
If you are interested in the best quality water for your home, not just for drinking, but also cooking, bathing, laundry, and the protection of the plumbing and appliances, the first step is to determine exactly what contaminants are in your water and what the levels are. At Progressive Water Solutions LLC, we recommend that our customers in Apex, North Carolina and beyond call us to schedule a complimentary water testing appointment so you can learn if you need water purification and, if so, what water treatment or purification system would be best for you.
Many people think of water purification as a method to remove bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms. This is definitely something we can address with UV disinfection, which is preferable for a variety of reasons, including being more effective than chemical water purification methods. UV disinfection can be added to any water treatment system, so don’t hesitate to ask us to include one for optimal water quality and peace of mind. Often, families choose to do this even if the water testing does not currently indicate a problem, particularly with well water, which can fluctuate in quality over time.
The important thing to recognize is that the process of water purification is going to look different from one household to another because there are so many factors that affect water quality. We take the guesswork out of the equation. We thoroughly enjoy hearing back from customers after we’ve installed a water treatment system because they can’t believe the difference it has made in their life. Let us do the same for you and your family! Call today to schedule your complimentary water testing appointment and to learn more about water purification and water treatment.
At Progressive Water Solutions LLC, we offer water purification systems to those in Durham, Apex, Cary, Chapel Hill, Garner, Holly Springs, Fuquay-Varina, Wake Forest, and Raleigh, North Carolina.