Delicious Drinking Water

Drinking water shouldn’t feel like a chore. Many people don’t enjoy the taste of their unfiltered tap water, which is understandable. Once you realize how many contaminants are in tap water, you’ll probably never want to drink it again either! With Symphony Drinking Water, you can fully enjoy drinking water from your faucet and have peace of mind knowing that your water isn’t making you or your family sick.

Why Drink Symphony Water?

Water Should Taste Good

Drinking water shouldn’t be a chore, and your body should actually crave it!

Enjoy Better Cuisine

Food and drinks prepared with Symphony water taste better because the water is cleaner!

Have Peace of Mind

Enjoy the peace of mind that comes from knowing you’re in control of your water quality.

Save Money & the Planet

Goodbye bottled water and plastic waste! Hello refreshing and delicious tasting water.

Symphony Drinking Water

Customize your drinking water!  Each stage of filtration can be tailored and adjusted to your preferences and to target specific contaminants present in your water. Symphony Whole House Filtration systems regularly address:

Chlorine & Chloramine

Bacteria, Mold, & Algae

Viruses & Fungi

Pesticides & Herbicides

Unpleasant Tastes & Odors

Sediment & Particulates

Common Drinking Water Concerns

Chemicals In Your Water

In this day and age, it is safe to say that all water everywhere on Earth is contaminated with some kind of man-made chemical at some level. With more than 7 million recognized chemicals in existence and approximately 80,000 of them being commonly used worldwide, your focus should change from “Are there chemicals in my water?” to “Which chemicals should I be concerned most about?” Learn more about concerning chemicals that might be in your water below.

Pharmaceuticals

With drug development moving at such a rapid pace, the likelihood of these drugs contaminating your water increases. Antibiotics, birth control, artificial hormones, antidepressants, and countless other drugs are entering water and water treatment facilities in unprecedented amounts, and without the technology to detect them all and remove them, some of them are inevitably in your water. Even in low concentrations, exposure to these medications in your drinking water can cause unintended side effects like endocrine (hormone) disruption and infertility.

Cosmetics & Personal Care Products

Personal care products like deodorants, makeup, shampoos, lotions, and countless other hygiene items that are commonly used are another increasing water quality concern. Although these products contain chemicals that are deemed safe-to-use in small amounts, think about your chronic exposure to them throughout your lifetime, and realize that you may be further exposing yourself to them by consuming them in your drinking water too. Do you really want to be drinking minuscule amounts of makeup and sunscreen each and every day?

Lead

Lead is a very toxic element with varying concentrations throughout the world. The EPA has declared that there is NO safe level of lead in a child’s blood, and that it’s extremely dangerous to human health–especially for children. Lead can enter water in a variety of ways, but it most commonly comes from pre-1986 in-home lead pipe corrosion–especially in areas that have particularly acidic water. 

Pesticides and Herbicides

Pesticides & Herbicides are widely used in agriculture and in homes, so it makes sense that they are a very concerning water contaminant. They can seep into the ground, contaminate groundwater, and are potentially toxic to humans. Many pesticides are linked to endocrine disruption, cancer, and a variety of other health issues. Although the EPA regulates the amount of pesticides in drinking water, they may still be in your drinking water. Check out your local water quality Consumer Confidence Report to find out what levels of pesticides and other contaminants are in your municipality’s water.

Forever Chemicals

PFOS and PFOA are man-made chemicals that are used to make items heat and water resistant; they can also be used in a concentrated form to put out aircraft fires, which explains their prevalence on and around airports and Air Force bases. When used, these chemicals can seep into the ground and contaminate groundwater, which is a major concern because these chemicals are potential human carcinogens.