City Drinking Water Treatment
If you depend on city/municipally treated water as your water source you may have some concerns. Talley Water Treatment can help. We’re a water treatment systems company with more than three decades of experience in water treatment.
The city of Greensboro, N.C, and the surrounding areas, use a type of water treatment process that utilizes a combination of chlorine and ammonia. The chemical, called chloramine, kills a variety of unwanted bacteria and parasites that may cause certain types of illnesses. Some people with health concerns, such as those who are allergic to either chlorine or ammonia or those on dialysis, may wish to avoid chloraminated water. While there is no doubt that chloraminating city water kills harmful bacteria, the long term effects of ingesting these chemicals is unknown.
Additionally, over time, chloramine can break down certain types of rubber and plastic, compromising seals, gaskets and hoses in appliances like hot water heaters, dishwashers, washing machines and more, decreasing their efficiency and lifespan. Replacing or repairing these appliances can get costly.
That’s why an increasing number of consumers are opting to treat their city drinking water. Once the chloramine has done it’s job – that is, once the bad bacteria has been killed—the chloramine can be removed safely through a point-of-use home filtration system.
Other consumers may have concerns about fluoridation or other contaminants in municipal water supplies. Using a system called reverse osmosis, we can can remove unwanted chemicals such as fluoride.
Looking for the Best Solution for Your City Water Issue?
We have 30 years of experience helping consumers find the best water treatment option for their needs. By correctly diagnosing your problem through our 100% FREE water test, and doing a thorough evaluation of your water needs, we can plan the best solution for you and your family. To schedule your free water assessment or to receive a quote on our services, please call Talley Water Treatment today at (336) 852-7717.