Add a Whole-Home Water Filter for Better Tasting, Healthier Tap Water in Atlanta

Drinking water can usually be expected to contain small amounts of contaminants, according to the Environmental Protection Agency.

More than four out of 10 Americans use some kind of home water treatment unit, according to the Water Quality Association. Some treat their water to enrich taste, while others do it due to health concerns.

A whole-home water filter from Peachtree Service Experts can do both, delivering fresh water for everything from drinking to cleaning to washing clothes.

Not only is this filter crucial for better-tasting, odorless water, it’s vital for your family’s welfare.

Know What’s in Your Drinking Water

A whole-home water filter removes chemicals you drink or that your skin absorbs.

It pulls out:

  • Heavy metals
  • Chlorine
  • Lead
  • Industrial chemicals
  • Trihalomethanes, many of which are thought to be carcinogenic

Water quality changes by geography and is changed by the processing your water experiences. It’s also affected by construction, mining and agriculture, as well as mineral deposits groundwater flows through.

You can see which contaminants are in your Atlanta home’s drinking water by looking through the Environmental Working Group’s database. About 81 percent of community utility supplies have tested positive for chemicals connected to cancer, database records show.

Find the Right System for Your Home with Peachtree Service Experts

Peachtree Service Experts provides a number of water filtration systems—carbon, reverse osmosis, magnetic and infrared—that take in contaminants. The systems carry unpurified water through tools that remove toxins.

Installation is easy and can be done alongside your other plumbing. We uphold systems with our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee,* so you know we are getting the job done properly the first time.

We can help you choose a system that matches your needs and budget. Get in touch with us at 678-235-9699 or request an appointment today for a healthier home.