The Road to Wellness Starts with Air and Water Purification Systems
Protect Your Health With Systems That Help You Breath Better and Purify Your Water
Now more than ever, there are concerns about the air quality and water contaminates in the Hartford, CT region. While municipalities put great effort into protecting the local environment, the responsibility of protecting your family’s health and wellbeing is a top priority.
Your home should be a place of sanctuary, offering solace that is free of the troubles of the outside world. Just as your smart home allows you to manage the environmental settings with automation and manual control, the same can be done to the air you breathe and the water you drink.
Are you looking for ways to ensure your home’s environmental safety? Read more below to find out how.
Air That Is Contaminate-Free
The past year has seen the issue of respiratory viruses brought to the forefront. The pandemic put a spotlight on how we need to take better care of ourselves in general. Solutions like human-centric lighting that balances natural sunlight and electric luminaries to promote better sleep and neural growth have begun to take route. Whole-home air purification systems bring you the ease of mind that the air in your home is healthy for you.
Air filtration systems capture up to 99.99% of ultrafine particles as small as 0.0007 microns. This level of purification stops and prevents the recirculation of many common virons (virus particles) and contaminants such as dust, pollen, and dander. In addition, the high-energy grid produces conditions in the filter that inhibits the growth of microbes, further protecting your family.
Know Your Source
The Metropolitan Districts (MDC) water comes largely from watersheds and reservoirs fed from the Framingham and Nepaug Rivers. The roughly 40 billion gallons of water are located about 20 miles from the city center. While the location of the water is relatively remote and the state implements aggressive safety measures, there are some items of concern.
Tests and Analysis released in 2019 showed that while the necessary water treatment processes, such as adding chlorine as a disinfectant, leave residual byproducts that may have serious health implications. The study also found higher than allowable levels of components used in producing paper, chemical plants, and pharmaceutical production.
A water purification system can eliminate or reduce the contaminants greatly from the moment they enter your home. There is no need to have a collection of pitchers with filters or to run your water for minutes at a time to ensure it is running clear. Drink with ease every time.
Now Is the Best Time
While there are concerns, you have access to the tools and systems to make home living safer. Are you ready to incorporate environmental purifiers into your home? Call (860) 875-2876 or fill out our contact form for a no-obligation consultation. We look forward to assisting you!
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