Sometimes water contains bacteria, viruses, fungi, or parasites that can be harmful to human health. Chlorine and filters can’t remove those types of contaminants, but UV light water treatment is an effective solution.
How Does UV Light Water Treatment Work?
UV light water treatment damages the DNA in microorganisms to keep them from reproducing. If water contains harmful microorganisms, UV light water treatment can keep people who drink the water from getting sick.
A UV disinfection system is easy to use and doesn’t add any chemicals to water. A system runs continuously to provide safe, purified water.
UV light water treatment doesn’t filter out contaminants, and it won’t get rid of an unpleasant odor or taste in contaminated water. It may be necessary to use a water filter to deal with those sorts of issues, in addition to UV light treatment.
Do You Have a Problem with Contaminated Water?
If you’re concerned about the quality of the water coming into your home, contact Tri-county Water Services today. We will send a member of our team to your home to conduct an inspection and figure out what is causing the problem. Once we have identified the issue, we will be able to recommend a solution.
If your water supply is contaminated with bacteria, viruses, or other types of microorganisms, UV light water treatment may be the most appropriate way to deal with the problem. If we discover that your water is contaminated with heavy metals or other substances, we may recommend installing a filter.
It’s possible that there are multiple issues affecting the quality and safety of your water supply. If so, we can figure things out and do everything that is necessary to ensure that you have safe drinking water.
Contact Tri-County Water Services Today
You and your family drink water and use it for cooking, bathing, and doing laundry on a daily basis. If your water is contaminated, it can have serious impacts on the health of you and your loved ones. Don’t wait to address the issue. Call Tri-County Water Services today at (610) 857-1740 to schedule an appointment for an inspection.