Water Treatment

Water TreatmentEver hear of the “8×8 Rule”? Health authorities commonly recommend eight 8-ounce glasses of water a day, which equals about 2 liters, or half a gallon.

Are you confident that what’s coming out of your tap is the best quality of water you can have for your entire family?

What about hard water issues and lime scale formation?

We’re on a mission: F&S Williams won’t stop until every home in Tippecanoe County and the surrounding areas has been set up with the very best water treatment solutions.

So if drinking more water is the goal, then the immediate next goal should be keeping bad things out of the tap water you are drinking.

Just holding a glass up to the light and establishing your water “looks pretty clear” is just not “scientific” enough.

You can’t see possible bacteria that will make you sick, excess minerals that cause water to be hard, or multi-contaminants like heavy metals from older/damaged pipes, sediment from construction work, or the chlorine that public water companies add.

Also, if your town has chloramine (chlorine and ammonia mixture), the water needs to be filtered longer than your pitcher with activated carbon to remove that particular chemical compound.

It could be that you’re just used to the less-than-healthy water you’ve had so many years and it’s not something you thought about much.

We take for granted that all that water we drink, bathe with, wash with, and clean with is “fine”, so it’s a step in the right direction for your family’s health to call F&S Williams to determine whether a water softener, reverse osmosis system, or filtering system should be put in place to get ahead of growing water problems in your home.

With brands like Sterling, Water-Rite and Scale Blaster count on the F&S team to know what water treatment system is going to be best and most cost-effective for your home!

You’re gonna say “YES!” to better water treatment from F&S Williams! Contact us today for more information.