Whole-House Carbon Filter
When most people consider the safety of the water in their home, they naturally think about what they drink from the faucet or use for cooking. And because ingesting contaminated water can adversely affect your health, what many people fail to recognize is the ongoing damage they can be doing to themselves, their plumbing and their appliances if they fail to have a whole-house carbon water filter installed.
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Did you know the EPA found that you could be doing more damage to your overall health by bathing or showering in contaminated water than if you drank it? Consider that, on average, approximately 20 to 50 percent of chemicals and pollutants found in water will actually stay in your body when you ingest that water. The actual percentage depends on a number of factors, such as what you’ve eaten recently and the rate of your metabolism.
But when polluted water comes in contact with your skin, the rate of absorption goes up to near 100 percent in some cases. This isn’t surprising when you consider that your skin is your body’s largest organ. And when you add inhaling a substance like chlorine in a relatively closed-off shower stall, your health is dramatically impacted, since your lungs are exposed to the harmful chemical.
Benefits of a Whole-House Carbon Water Filter
Fortunately, a whole-house carbon filter can be an economical answer to your problems. Unlike a point-of-use filter attached to a single tap, a whole-house carbon filtration system is installed where your water supply comes into your home. This means your entire house and all of its pipes and appliances share in the benefits of having purified water flow through all your taps and plumbing.
Once installed, a whole-house carbon filter protects you from your master bedroom shower all the way to the basement laundry room. And if you’re one of the many people who have a water supply with higher-than-normal levels of calcium and magnesium — known as hard water — you can finally say goodbye to dirty-feeling laundry, brittle hair and dry skin, as well as sediment collecting in your pipes and appliances.
Remember: When left untreated, hard water has been proven to shorten the life of plumbing, water heaters, dishwashers, clothes washers and other major appliances.
Custom Carbon Block Technology Backed by Outstanding Customer Service
At CB Tech, we can offer customized whole-house carbon block filtration systems because we have over 45 years of dedicated experience in the water filtration and purification industry. During this time, we’ve expanded our headquarters in Las Vegas, Nevada, to include a state-of-the-art research and development laboratory, as well as our manufacturing center and assembly facility. This allows both our carbon block products and our entire team to be fully flexible to fit your needs.
What this means for our customers is that our proprietary solid carbon block technology is fully customizable and scalable to meet any home’s water purification challenges. Through our expertise and ability to employ multiple treatment technologies in a single filtration unit, we can reduce a broad array of aesthetic and health-affecting water contaminants, including chlorine, chloramine, heavy metals, pesticides, herbicides, VOCs and many more.
At CB Tech, we’re proud to stand by every one of our products. We’ve made it our mission to supply our customers with the best quality water, whether it’s for drinking, cooking, bathing or other residential purposes. We use the same technology we’ve employed successfully in restaurants, hospitals, labs and a host of other business establishments alongside the highest commercial safety standards. Plus, our solid carbon block technology is certified by NSF International, meaning you can trust our filtration systems to perform well across a wide range of contaminants and compounds.
Why settle for anything but pure water at home? Contact us today to learn how affordable clean water can be.