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WHAT TO DO WHEN CHLORINE LEVELS ARE TOO HIGH

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We all want to trust the water that comes into our homes, but sometimes the #ChlorineLevels are too high. Thankfully there’s something you can do about that! 

SCHEDULE AN IN HOME EVALUATION OF #CHLORINELEVELS IN YOUR WATER

Arizona sees some of the warmest weather in the nation, and because of this, our water supply is the perfect breeding ground for bacteria and various contaminants. Our municipalities have an obligation to meet the minimum contaminant levels set by the EPA. In order to ensure the safety of your water, the municipalities treat your water with chlorine to kill bacteria and viruses. Through this chlorination, waterborne diseases in the U.S. have been nearly eliminated.

However, once chlorine has done its job and killed the bacteria, it is no longer needed in the water. Chlorine reacts with naturally organic matter in your water to produce byproducts. Chlorine and its byproducts destroy plastics and rubber in your appliances. There have been many studies conducted on chlorine and its negative effects on the human body as well.

Chlorine can be removed with either a Point-Of-Use or Point-Of-Entry technology. Think of Point-of-Use as a Reverse Osmosis and Point-Of-Entry as a carbon tank connected to the main water supply. 

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