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How Much Does a Home Water Filtration System Save Per Year?

Man and woman calculate the savings of whole house water filters

Water is essential to our lives. But, at what cost? A home water filtration system battles the issues of hard water and chemicals within the water. Many Americans resort to purchasing water bottles or small water filters, but a better alternative is filtering your entire home’s water supply.

The Alternatives

There are many alternatives to a home water filtration system. For some families, deciding if you are a good candidate for a home water filtration system comes down to cost. The alternatives conquer your issues per glass, but creating a home that filters and cleans your water could save you hundreds. How can you determine if you’re a good candidate for a home water filtration system? Factoring in these alternatives, their cost, and other monthly expenditures could help you make a decision.

Water Bottles

Water bottles are a convenient alternative for families. They’re easy to grab out of a refrigerator, and while purchasing them appear to be relatively inexpensive. Americans on average spend about $100 per person each year on water bottles. For an average family of four that is $400 a year you could save with a home water filtration system.

Point-of-Use Water Filters

Another alternative are point-of-use filters. A point-of-use filter can cost you about $30, and it requires you to regularly replace its filter. These are cheaper and more eco-friendly than water bottles, but are also less convenient. By using a home water filtration system you could avoid buying a point-of-use filter and save on average $36 a year on filters.

The Cost Savings Guide to Home Water Refiners

Why Choose a Home Water Filtration System?

The average American family size is four people, whom on average spend $146 to $289 weekly on groceries. Annually, this family will waste $1,290 on cleaning supplies, and $400 on disposable water bottles. Finding ways to cut costs can be as easy as getting water from the tap.

What is Hard Water and How Does it Affect My Home?

Hard water, in and of itself, is not harmful. You can drink it and bathe in it safely. Hard water is simply water with an overabundance of calcium and magnesium, two minerals that are completely safe to ingest. Hard water has an impact on you, your home appliances, and your water heating tank. Long term, hard water will create the build up that will ruin the life expectancy of your appliances.

Contact Guardian Water Services to schedule a free home water quality demo and find out how much you could save today. We’ll show you the components our water refiners remove from your home’s water supply for clean, tasty water on tap. Plus, you’ll receive a free $50 retail store gift card!

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