According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), drinking water can reasonably be expected to hold at least minor amounts of contaminants. Multitudes of people pick water filter solutions to defend themselves from as many of these contaminants as possible. There are several additional ways that you can you swallow these water contaminants as well, but Jack Nelson Service Experts can help combat them all with a whole-house water filter.
A whole-house water solution can eliminate the chemicals you could swallow or that your skin can absorb. This chemical-free solution will filter out heavy metals, chlorine, lead, industrial volatile chemicals and other toxins—including trihalomethanes (THMs). So, not only is a whole-house water filter important for better tasting, odor-free water—it’s valuable for the health of your family!
The team at Jack Nelson Service Experts is knowledgeable in water filtration, so if you have any inquiries about the water filters we offer, don’t wait to reach out. The pros of a whole-house water filter can make every tap in your living space offer drinkable, superior, odor-free water.
We carry several water filtration systems, including carbon, reverse-osmosis, magnetic and infrared products. No matter which you choose, these products all absorb contaminants and pollutants by carrying your unfiltered water through devices that can collect these harmful contaminants. Installation from Jack Nelson Service Experts is simple and can be done next to all of your other plumbing and is backed by our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee* so you know you are getting the job done the right way the first time around.
Whole house water filtration is an easy upgrade for your Tulsa home and is simple to do. Send any questions our way and we’ll be happy to work with you to find the best option for your needs and budget. Give our expert team a call at 918-212-8927 or request an appointment online for a healthier home!
Water Quality Alert!
The quality of your water varies by geography, and is affected by the processing your water goes through, local infrastructure such as construction, local industries such as mining and agriculture, and the presence of mineral deposits that your groundwater may be flowing through. To inform Americans, the Environmental Working Group (EWG), developed a database of over 30 million state records of tap water tests, and made it publicly available and no registration or sign up so you can research if there are chemicals in your local drinking water. With EWG's research showing that 81% of the community utilities tested in the U.S. have chemicals linked to cancer present in them, you'll want to see for yourself what's in your water.