Tips From Joe – Mar 1 2021
Water Quality After the Winter Storm
This weekend on the Radio Show, Tom “The Water Wizard” joined Check A Pro Joe to discuss the water boil notices and water quality issues many experienced due to the winter storm.
With power outages and water line main breaks around the city, many homeowners found themselves under a water boil notice. A water boil notice is issued when water treatment facilities are unable to provide water that has been treated and is safe for consumption.
The quality of the water we consume is extremely important for many reasons. Untreated or bad quality water can be contaminated with bacteria, viruses and even parasites. Consuming it could cause you to become very ill. So what’s the best way to ensure you have quality water? Click below to hear what Joe and Tom discussed on this special water quality show.
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Not all water is created equal. Water in its original state was pure, clean, hydrating and good for you. Today the water that flows from our taps have many toxins, medications (flushed down the toilet and into our water supply) and high acidity. Invest in a Reverse Osmosis system! Reverse Osmosis is a process of forcing ordinary tap water through a semi-permeable membrane, leaving dissolved solids and other impurities behind. These impurities are rinsed away, resulting in clean, clear, great tasting water.