Water’s importance

Second only to oxygen, water is the most essential element to life on our planet.  Without it, life would cease to
exist.  Water has been taken for granted for thousands of years as an inexhaustible resource.

The cycle of water

During the evaporation process water picks up toxic ingredients in the air such as carbon dioxide, smoke, smog,
mold, bacteria and more. When that rain falls to the ground, it picks up toxic chemicals from industrial waste such
as phosphates, nitrates, herbicides, pesticides, arsenic and more.  Water is a universal solvent and it dissolves a
little bit of everything it touches.  Calcium, iron, magnesium, hydrogen sulfide, mercury, salinity and any other
substance in the ground end up in the water.  This water is pumped to the surface from a private well straight to
your door.  City water treatment plants filter out any large sediment and usually disinfect it with heavy doses of
chlorine to kill existing bacteria and then pump it to your house for consumption.

The quality of water

The quality of water affects numerous parts of you daily life including health.  Hard corrosive elements in water
may cause problems in our homes.  Hard water clogs pipes, shower heads, faucets and dishwashers.  It corrodes
and reduces the effectiveness of water heaters, laundry machines and dishwashers.  Hard water reacts to soaps
and cleaning agents by leaving dull deposits on everything including your hair and skin.  Soap curd and hard
water stains are left behind on bathroom shower stalls.
Conditioning your water eliminates all of these hard water issues.  Toxic chemicals can virtually be eliminated
from your home.  Your hair will be clean and healthy, water using appliances will work as they were designed and
your drinking water will be sparkling clear.  The list goes on and on.