1. Keeps Your Shower Clean
You probably don't even think of what is coming out of your shower head when you turn on the water. There are millions of microorganisms and bacteria that are piled up inside your showerhead if your water is unfiltered. According to a study of over 50 showerheads from across the country, 60 percent contained bacteria and microorganisms, the most prevalent being Mycobacterium, which is a pathogen that can cause pulmonary disease.
2. Save Money & Look Younger
When the water in your home is not filtered, it could contain chlorine, which can bond to your skin and hair while you shower. Chlorine removes moisture and disrupts the balance of necessary, helpful bacteria that resides on your body. This can cause dry, irritated skin, which contributes to premature signs of aging, such as discoloration and wrinkles. It could also cause your hair to become dry and frizzy and your scalp scaly and irritated. When you use filtered water, it can restore your hair's natural shine and texture, which tames frizz and increases elasticity. Plus, you can save money because you won't need to use as much conditioner, you won't need to treat your hair or take as many trips to the salon.
3. Lowers Health Risks
Untreated or unfiltered water can contain a lot of chemicals that can affect your health and well-being. When you shower, these chemicals, including chlorine, can enter your body when via inhalation and through your open pores. If you have asthma or allergy attacks, showering in filtered water could help lower your attacks, as it blocks the irritants.
4. You'll Feel Energized
Chlorine exposure can cause physical fatigue, mental depression and a lowered autoimmune function, which makes it harder for the body to ward off infectious diseases and allergic reactions. Filtered water can help get rid of those harsh vapors, which could help strengthen your immune system and leave your mind filling invigorated. If you ever feel tired after a long, hot shower, it may be time to switch to filtered water for your home.
5. Saves Your Shower Head & Faucets
Hard water and chemicals can be hard of your home's internal workings. When you install a whole home filtration system, it can help your plumbing system last longer. If your shower head is loosing pressure or if you are finding yourself constantly replacing it, switching to filtered water can help you from having to replace worn showerhead or pipes.
Culligan whole house water filters can make a dramatic difference in your home. Nothing transforms your home's water quality like a Culligan whole house water filter. With a simple filtration installation by a water specialist at the Lake of the Ozarks, you'll begin to see, taste and feel the difference right away. Your Culligan Man at the Lake of the Ozarks offers numerous water filters that are designed to target the specific challenges of your home's water. Learn more by calling 573-346-5221 today!
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