Especially During Uncertain Times, Pure Water is “Essential Business”

Especially During Uncertain Times, Pure Water is “Essential Business”

The word “essential” has been used so often with the global pandemic. Never before have we had to look at businesses as essential industries and services with an important daily impact on our day-to-day lives.

Our industry has been one of the essentials that you may not think of right away. But now, more than ever before, you and your family having reliable access to safe, clean, and high-quality water is so very important. With the crisis, it’s more clear to Americans now that having clean water readily available in your home with the correct water treatment equipment system is a small investment that gives peace of mind.

You can Actually Save Money with a Water Treatment System

Savvy homeowners know that like doing innovative upgrades and projects around your home, choosing to have a water treatment system is an investment that pays off over time. During times where money might be tight or periods where you’re forced to account for every dollar, having a water treatment unit installed in your home can have a positive impact on the amount you spend on detergent, cleaning supplies, and even appliance repairs. Below are a few examples that show some of the benefits you may expect after having a water treatment professional install a home water softener.

  • Annual savings of up to 75% on bath products. Softer water lets your shampoos and soaps work better than with hard water, making the products last longer – meaning fewer trips to the store.
  • Estimated yearly savings of 30% of washable items such as clothing and linens. Soft water is far gentler on fabrics, and is better at removing difficult-to-wash stains.
  • Saving up to 70% on cleaning products. Having softer water lets your cleaning and disinfecting products work as they’re designed to, meaning you’ll use less of them to get your house clean.

In addition to these benefits above, softer water also helps keep your water-using appliances such as your washing machine and dishwasher running smoothly. Minerals in hard water leave behind a scaly residue that, if left unattended, can actually damage costly appliances over time, often making them lose efficiency or potentially breaking down. Having softer water, your appliances could require less maintenance and last far longer, meaning a big cost-savings over the long run.

Protecting Your and Your Family’s Health

More news reports are coming out referencing contaminants like “forever chemicals” in our local water supply. Therefore, it’s important to confirm that your home’s water supply is safe and free of any potentially dangerous impurities. Possible contaminants that your home may be vulnerable to depends on several factors, including your water source (for example, a municipal supply or a private well), what part Nebraska or Iowa you live in, and your home’s plumbing fixtures.

Even if you live in Omaha or other large city, which treats the water based on EPA guidelines, there are possibilities that contaminants and impurities are picked up between the treatment facility and your home. This is especially true if you live in an older neighborhood that were constructed with lead plumbing. Having your home’s water supply tested by a professional is a safeguard against contaminants reaching your tap. If dangerous contaminants like arsenic and lead are found, a point-of-entry filtration system could be recommended.

Bottled Water Quality, Right from Your Tap

In a Harris poll (2019), through the International Bottled Water Association, it was discovered that almost 15% of Americans are dependent on bottled water for drinking. Ignoring the cost, inconvenience, and waste associated with bottled water consumption, sourcing quantities of bottled water during an emergency, such as a stay-at-home mandate, can be extremely difficult or impossible. Luckily, there are options to have instant access to bottled water quality (or better) from a tap in your kitchen sink.

The finest solution to convenient, pure drinking water is the “reverse osmosis” system. Employing a multi-filtration process, this system scrubs your water free of contaminants and impurities, expelling fresh, good-tasting pure water that is better than any sold in a bottle. These systems are most often installed under a sink or other discrete location. With the current panic-buying frenzy at some stores, you having instant access to the finest water at your fingertips can be a real life-saver.

A Home’s Water Is the Most Essential Business

Despite these uncertain times, the pros at Futuramic’s are committed to providing you with the finest water treatment plans that you can rely on every day. The Evolve series of premium water softeners can remedy your hard water problems while saving you money on soaps, detergents, and expensive appliance repairs (or replacement).

We can protect your home from water contaminants, impurities, and pollutants with the Evolve ONE™ Contaminant Reduction System. This innovative system is certified to remove harmful contaminants such as PFOA/PFOS chemicals, lead, and cysts from your entire home. And if you are tired of driving to the grocery store to purchase expensive (and heavy) bottled water home, Evolve’s Clearflo and UltroWater reverse osmosis systems provide you with safe, clean water right from the tap.

All of us at Futuramic’s Clean Water Center understnd that the quality of your home’s water is an essential business and we are 100% dedicated to providing you a reasonable solution to any water problem you may have. Whether you’re looking for more efficiency and the cost-savings of a water softener system, the peace of mind that your water is free from impurities and contaminants, or just want fresh bottled-quality water readily available, give us a call to discuss your options for a free water test and a no-obligation consultation.

Futuramic’s Clean Water Center
1514 So. Saddle Creek Road
Omaha, NE 68106

Office: (402) 453-5730
Toll Free: (800) 568-3072

Email: waterontap@gmail.com

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